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53rd year, No. 10, Va. Beach, Va. 



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VA STATE LIBRARY 
RICHMOND VA 23219 






Wednesday, March 7, 1979 



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South Boulevard, 
Old Donation 
swept from plan 



ByLEECAHILL 

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Heeding the wishes of residents, Virginia Beach City 

Council Monday afternoon erased Old Donation 

Parkway and South Boulevard from the Master Street 

and Highway Plan dated Dec. 16, 1974. 
Council's action left the question of whether the city 

can legally retain title to the right of way for Old 

Donation Parkway, 90 percent of which has been 

acquired. 
City attorney Dale Bimson was directed to study the 

legal ramifications of the council action. 
Mayor Patrick L. Standing, who supported the 

action, said that he did so expecting the city to keep the 

right of way already acquired for any future easements 

needed by the city. The ownership of the right of way 

also gives future Beach citizens the option to build the 

road if it is considered necessary. 
Council actions deleted from the Master Plan the four 

lane construction of Old £>onation Parkway from Great 

Neck Road to Independence Boulevard and South 

Boulevard from Rosemont Road to Palace Green 

Boulevard. 
With the removal of the 

projects from the Master 

Plan, the city will not have 

the power to require 

future developers to 

dedicate or improve t he 

right of way. 
City Manager George 

L. Hanbury accordingly 

asked that the Parkway be 

retained on the plan but 

that funding for the 

bridges over the eastern 
and western branches of 

the Lynnhaven River be 
deleted. Without the 
bridges, he pointed out, 
there is no possibility q^ 
Old Donation !»e>toming i 
parkway. 

Hanbury suggested the 
right of way wduld remain 
and be used as a very vital 
connector between 
subdivisions within the 
area. 

Council voted 8-3 ddete 
Old Donation from the 
plan. Voting for deletion 
were Mayor Standing, 
Vice Mayor J. Henry 
McCoy, Councilwomen 
Meyera Oberndorf aiid 
Barbara Henley, and 
Councilmen Donald 
Merrick, J. Curtis Payne, 
R.L. Riggs and Reid 
Ervin. Voting against 
deletion were Councilmen 
John A. Baum, George R. 
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Based in Beach 

Rock Church known world-wide 



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Tht prMMt Rock Oiurdi buHding, lecatod on Kempsvillo 
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Virginia Beach realizes profit 
from Rose Hail property sale 



The City of Virginia 
Beach expects to clear 
$872,424 from its Rose 
Hall property with the sale 
of most of the 35-acre 
tract and the lease of the 
historic Francis Land 
house and the surrounding 
three and a half acres. 

In a report to City 
Council at an informal 
jession,^ .Monday 
afternoon, city manager 
George L. Hanbury 
showed revenues of 
$2,355,960 against 
expenditures, including 
land purchase at 
$1,483,536 leaving the 
estimated $872,424 in 
coming into the General 
Fund. 

The property off 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
was purchased by the city 
for $735,000 against the 
wishes of some council 
members. 

Although projected 
revenues cover a 20-year 
span of the lease of the 
home, Hanbury said that 
In three or four years the 
city should be out of the 
Rose Hall business. 



Except for a 13-acre 
site, the business-zoned 
property is being offered 
for sale by parcel with 
prices determined by 
surrounding land values. 

The city has sales 
contracts for five parcels 
ranging from five tenths 
to 1.3 acres for a total of 
$350,800. The sites will be 
occupied by the Tidewater 
Automobile Association; 
Woodmen Brothers, a 
dress shop; the Clements 
Law Office; a medical 
office building and a 
realty office. 

The city is requesting 
rezoning on an interior 13- 
acre site from business to 
A-1 Apartment zoning. If 
the rezoning is approved 
the property will be 
offered for bids which will 
be considered for both 
design and cost. The 
estimated sales price for 
the property is $326,000. 
TTie zoning will permit the 
construction of 14 
apartments per acre. 

The city will receive a 
guaranteed rental income 
over the next five years of 



$61,200 for Brill's 
Antiques which will 
operate a shop in the Land 
House. Another $37,400 
could be generated based 
on the gross receipts of the 
tenant with total income 
equalling $98,600. 
Hanbury's report on 
projected revenues also 
assumes that the house 
^11 be contfrtued to "bi^^ 
leased for the next 20 
years with an increase of 
10 percent for each five 
year term bringing the 
total net receipts to 
$465,134. 

The remaining eight 
parcels are expected to sell 
for a total $1,214,020. 

Hanbury concluded 
that the Rose Hall 
purchase was a financial 
plus for the city. He said 
that the city accomplished 
its goal of perserving a 
house hwich the owners 
wanted to destroy and sell 
thelandforaK-Mart. 

The 247-year-old 

building has the last 

remaining gambrel roof in 

the area and the house is 

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On Sunday mornings the churlph is packed. The 
parking lot is jammed. The pedicle appear happy, 
joyous. They fiock by the hundreds, by the thousands, 
not only from Virginia Beach, but from across the 
country. They come to participate in the Sunday 
celebration at Rock Church. 

Ten years ago it began in a tiny rented church in 
Norfolk. Today Rock Church sprawls across acreage 
off Kempsviiie Road in Virginia Beach. 

But there is more there than what immediately meets 
the eye. Sunday's 10:30 a.m. service is broadcast 
nationwide weekly across the CBN television network. 
And there are no less than 25 Rock Churches now 
established in the mainland United States, in Hawaii 
and even India. 

Successful from the start 

The church was a success from the beginning, say 
founders and co- pastors John and Ann Gimenez. "It 
started off with a bang," explains Ann. 

The husband and wife team came to Virginia Beach as 
evangelists. John had been invited to CBN. "We had 
« been married about a year," recalls Ann. "The idea of 
starting a church just sort of e^Ived. 

"We rented a church in Norfolk. Within six months it 
was jammed. People would sit on the floor. We stayed 
there for two years, then the Lord spoke to our hearts to 
build." 

— ^ttb $5,000 in trbutlding^ fund, the couplelocated the 
church's present property in Kempsviiie. 

"At that time most members of our congregation 
were 25 and under," says Ann. "We would bring the 
bills and present them on Sunday. They were always 
paid by the 1st of the month by the congregation. In six 
months we moved into the first building -debt free." 

Five years passed. An educational facility went up. 
"Then the Lord spoke to our hearts to build for the 
thousands," she said. "We went about building the 
present church in the same manner and moved in debt 




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A hub of activity 

The church's present facilities are a hub of activity, 
not only on Sundays, but every day of the week. There 
is a Christian' school which teaches kindergarten 
through twelveth grade and a three-year daily Bible 
college. 

Monday and Tuesday nights offer evening Bible 
school. Wednesday mornings and nights feature church 
services. Thursday is choir night, Friday is youth day. 
Special events are held on Saturdays and Sunday 
services take place at 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

It's hard to say exactly how many are members of the 
^Rock Church congregation. 

"We have lots of visitors," explains Ann. "It's partly 
due to the fact that the 10:30 service is televised 
nationally. People all over are familiar with the church. 
TV has opened the doors to the sanctuary. 

"We rarely have a service where there are no 
newcomers. Almost always there are people who come 
up afterwards and make a personal committment." 

Individuals of all ages come to the church from every 



aettlng 
It straight 

Let's get it all straight. 
The city decal has to be 
displayed "no more than 
three inches from the 
bottom of the windshield 
of the vehicle for which 
issued and not more than 
one quarter of an inch to 
the left or right of the state 
inspection sticker." 

The requirement was 
established ' by an 
ordinance approved 
Monday afternoon by 
Virginia Beach City 
Council to bring city law 
in line with the State 
Code. The city law 
currently says that the 
decal is to be displayed in 
the lower righthand comer 
of the vehicle's 
windshield. 

This amendment makes 
the City Code more 
specific. Slid City 
Manager George L. 
Hanbury. 

Now, said Councilman 
John A. Baum, "Where is 
the state sticker suppcned 
to be?" 

While Hanbury didn't 
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"" Rev. Ann Gimtmz 

walk of life, from every level of society. What Ts^ the 
appeal? 

"People are looking for reality, not just a good 
sermon or discussion," Ann says. "They want to feel 
food in spirit." 

"We are very exuberant during our services. We're 
lively. We clap. People feel the presence of God. They 
see it in other people. People here are happy. 

"Church here is centra! of life," the minister 
continues. "It should offer something on every level to 
every age. 

"We encourage Christ-centered activities and offer 
the atmosphere and environment for these activities to 
take place. For many youth, even their social life 
revolves arouhd the #hurch. 

"That's why we have a nice gymnasium and offer 
basketball, softbail, skating, skiing and other social 
activities, although the social aspects are not our main 
thrust by far." 



Teaching the basics 

The Rock Church teachings are very basic and clear 
cut, according to the pastor. "We preach a very 
fundamental gospel. We believe in the virgin birth, the 
blood of Jesus, the pentacostal experience, baptism by 
emergence, gift of the spirits, healing, and women in the 
ministry. 

"In marriage the husband is the head of the house," 
she elaborates, "but in church man and woman are 
heirs together. 

"We believe the Bible is the inspired Word. We have 
a class called First Principles where we teach basic 
doctrines to prospective members. It consists of 32 
classes - one a week. When an individual graduates he 
is confirmed into the church." 

Ann attributes much of the success of the church to 
the contributions of talent from its members. "People 
love to put their hand into the work of the church. They 
put their secular talents to use. For example, when the 
church was built, much of the work was done by 
members. Today we have 25 Bible studies held weskly in 
Tidewater conducted by women of the church." 

The name Rock Church was chosen based on 
scripture and was not meant to refer to the rock age, 
Ann assures. "The rock in the Bible represents strength 
and stability." But the name did turn out to be a double 
blessing, she admits. "Young people would pass 
through and ask if they could play their guitar with our 
group. We said sure, but 
they had to go through the 
First Principles class 
first." 

She believes that in 
today's society people 
have discovered that 
government doesn't have 
all the answers. "People 
have an inner need for 
spiritual nourishment, for 
guidance and direction. 
They have looked for the 
solving of problems. But 
lesus is the Prince of 
Peace and God is the only 
One to solve everything. 
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Business college presents open 
house March 14 

Princess Anne Business College will hold an 
open house on March 14. Following the tour, 
guests will learn about financial aid, placement 
assistance at the college, and the various programs 
of study available. Faculty, staff, and students 
(both past and current) will be available to give 
first-hand information to those who have 
questions. 

Current students have planned a spring fashion 
show, sponsored by Casual Corner of Military 
Circle Mall, as part of the day's festivities. For 
more information about the open house, call 340- 
0222. 



Chesapeake Beach women's 
club to hear guest speakers 

The Woman's Club of Chesapeake Beach will 
meet Tuesday, March 13 at the F.O.P. Club. The 
business meeting will beginat II a.m. with lunch 
at noon. 

Guest speakers for the program will be Ms. 
Edith Finneran, Director of Volunteers, Bayside 
Hospital, and Ms. Nancy Kennedy, Clinical 
Coordinator, Bayside Hospital. Ms. Finneran will 
speak about the Volunteer Program at the hospital 
and Ms. Kennedy will show a film and speak 
about Self Breast Examination. 

All members and their guests are invited to 
attend. 



Open Door Chapel hosts 
musical performances 

The Open Door Chapel will have as its guest on 
March 8 at 7:30 p.m., singer songwriter Walt 
Mills. There will be only one performance and 
admission is free. 

On Friday, March 9, the Open Door Chapel will 
present the "New Creation Centre Rally," to 
benefit the New Creation Centre. This rally will 
feature the nationally known singing group. 
Higher Ground. Performing also on the show will 
be local performers, John Hines and Sharon 
Smith. Show time is 7:30 p.m. Admissipnjs free . 



Order of Demolay 
sponsors pizza part] 

The Lynnhaven Chapter Order of Demolay is 
sponsoring a Pizza Party on March 15, from 5-9. 
The location is the Pizza Hut on Rosemont and 
South Plaza Trail. The cost is $3.50 for all-you- 
can-eat . The public is welcome to attend . 



Recycling price Increases 

Reynolds Aluminum Recycling Company has 
increased from 17 cents to 20 cents a pound the 
amount it pays the public for recycling aluminum 
beverage cans and clean household aluminum. 

In March, Reynolds mobile unit will be at: 
Virginia Beach, Civic Center (Dome), 1 9th and 
Pacific Ave., every Wednesday from 1-2:30 p.m. 

Recycling Service Center, 1435 Air Rail Ave., 
Tuesday thru Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Reynolds pays 20 cents a pound for all 
aluminum beverage cans and other clean 
household aluminum items such as pie pans, foil, 
frozen food and dinner trays, dip, and pudding 
and meat containers. 



Business women begjin 
membership drive 

Tidewater chapter of the American Business 
Women's Association will hold its spring 
enrollment event on March 12, at the Sword and 
Kilt Restaurant, Thalhimers. Social hour begins at 
6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. 

The "MAGIC TOUCH" theme focuses on 
meeting personal and professional goals through 
ABWA membership. Membership is by invitation 
only. For further information, interested business 
women may contact Gloriann Stock at 461-7248. 



L uncheon and fasMon show 
planned by officers ' whfes 

The Retired Officers' Wives Society of 
Tidewater will host a champagne buffet luncheon 
and fashion show by Miller and Rhoads at the 
Commodore Country Club, 5600 Southern Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, on Thursday, March 8. Social 
hour begins at 11:30 a.m. with luncheon at 12:15 
p.m. and fashion show at 1 1:15 p.m. 



Office personnel meet 

The Virginia Beach Association of Office 
Personnel will meet on March 15, 7:30 p.m. at 
Kellam High School. 

Speaker will be Kim House, topic: liquid pai^r. 




Luttieran Youth Coi«ress held in VIrgiiila Beadi 



Good Citizen Award 



a senior at Tabemack Baptist school, 
was soifctorf by follow classmatos ami tiio faculty to bo 
the ro c^ lo rt of the good cttizoii award prosontod by tho 
Lynnbavoii Pirlsb chapter of tho Daughters of tho 
AMorfcau covahitlon. She Is tho dai^ter of Mr. and Mrs. 
C.E. NottorvINo of (^lesapoako. Mrs. Roger L (Nssor, 
Good CKIzons dnptor, presented the award at a school 
assoaUy. 



More than 1,500 Lutheran youth and adults are 
expected to attend the 2nd Vir^nia B«ich Lutheitui 
Youth Congress to be held Marl^i 9-11 at the Virginia 
Beach Civic Center, the New Cavalier Hotel and the 
Holiday Inn. A similar Congress was held two years ago 
and attracted over l,(X)0pa'sons. 

The Congress is being planned by a local group of 
Lutheran clergymen, lay adults and young people. 
Sponsoring organization is Lutheran Youth Encounter, 
an evangelical movement within the Lutheran Church, 
which provides resource ministries for Lutheran 
a>ngregations. It is headquartered in St. Paul, 
Minnesota and is headed by Rev. Larry D. Johnson, 
national director of ministry for LYE. 

The Congress is open to all high school (ninth grade 
and up) and college-age youth, parents, youth sponsors 
and directors, and pastors. It is a Christ-centered event 



Laurel Cove chib meets 

The Laurel Cove Garden Club held its February 
meeting at the home of Evelyn Ferguson. Co- 
hostess was Regina Howard. Ann McCrary, a 
member of the club, gave a slide program on the 
history of Eastwood Plantation. The plantation 
houses stood on land which is now the site of 
Laurel Cove Neighborhood Park. The program 
included early maps of the area detailing the roads 
and waterways and also information, such as lists 
of possessions, from the wills of the original and 
subsequent owners of Eastwood Plantation. 

Arrangements and horticulture specimens were 
judged by Wolfsnare Plantation Garden Club. 
I^ibbons were awarded Donice Schumm, Jane 
Jones, Anne Marvin, and Connie Brown in the 
artistic division and Betty Baker and Evelyn 
Ferguson for horticulture. 



featuring inspirational speakers. Bible study, Hi^cial 
discussion seninars, musical groups and lots df sin^ig. 

AoKMig the featured speakers at the Congress wittte: 

Dr. Oiarles Mueller, past prnident of the LCMS 
SoutlWBtem District, and author <rf several books 
including "Thank God I'm A Teenager," and much in 
donand as a speaker for Christian youth gathoings. 
Pastor Mueller is now serving a parish in Roedle, 
Illinois. 

Dr. Martin Poch, formerly secretary of the Misswri 
Synod's World Relief and chairman of the LCMS 
Worid Hunger Commission. LYE is committed to 
hunger rdUef and numbers Dr. Poch on its natioiial 
board of directors. Dr. Poch hu abo been a keymtc 
planner in youth activities nation-wide. 

Dr. Roland H. Sainton, professor emeritus of 
Ecclesiastical History at Yale University and a spediliM 
in Reformation history and the life of Martin Luth9. A 
prolific writer, he is the author of more than 30 books, 
including a biography of Martin Luther. "Heic I 
Stand," and "Church of Our Fathers." 

Rev. Johnson of the LYE staff, who has been 
national director since 1974 and formerly head of the 
New Pace Team for the ALC Commission on 
Evangelism. 

Musical groups will include Spiritbome, the LYE 
national concert team; Common Bread, the Eauem 
rejponal team; and Free Indeed, a team from Christ 
Lutheran Church in Norfolk which has been active (or 
over two years and has traveled extensively throughout 
the East Coast promoting Youth activities. 

A total of 34 elective seminar courses will be ofTivcd 
providing an opportunity for youth and adultt to 
discuss significant personal, social, and faith-reiltcd 
issues. These will be led by prominent local Luthvan 
clergy and lay persons. 



Community Chapel hosts Chorale performance 



The 50 voice chorale of Philadephia College of Bible 
will appear in a sacred concert at 7:30 pm, Saturday, 
March 10 at the Virginia Beach Community Chapel, 
1261 Laskin Road. 

The choir's appearance in Virginia Beach is part of 
the Chorale's 1978-1979 concert tour. They will present 
a "sermon in song" and will feature a varied selection 



Great Neck library presents 
special movie program for kids 

The Great Neck branch of the Virginia Beach Public 
Library will present a. special film program for children 
ages preschool through six year^ on Saturday, March 
10, at •il'<a.m4 Movies 'ie»*e«' shown- are "Anansi the 
Spider" and "The Lorax." The program will 
approximately 30 minutes. 

The program does not require preregistration and 
there is no charge. The Great Neck branch is located at 
1251 Bayne Drive in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach. 
For further information contact Charlotte Pauley at 
481-6094. 



of choral music, including hymns, spirituals and some^ 
of the great choral classics. 

The general public is invited to attend the concert, 
and child care willbe provided for small children. For 
further information, call the chapel office at 428-1881 . 



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happenings 

Ml9t9tlwlvsel0ct officers 

The Nimitz Enlisted Wives Club will hold its 
monthly business meeting on March 9 from 6:30 
to 9 p.m. All members are urged to attend as the 
elections of the new officers is on the agenda. The 
meeting will be at the Ship-N-Shore Wives Club 
BIdg. NOB. Free babysitting is provided. For 
more information or directions, contact Mrs. 
Laura Brennaman at 460-2744 or Mrs. Helen 
Holzapfel at 583-9050. 

Data pfocesslfig group moots 

The Tidewater Chapter of The Data Processing 
Management Association, will meet at 6:30 p.m., 
March 8, at the Commodore Country Club, 5600 
Southern Blvd. The guest speaker, Louis Belinke, 
of IBM Corporation, will present "Word 
Processing and The Main Central Processor." For 
information and reservations call Anne Lukeman, 
857-4551. 



Rontal asslstanco program . 
undorwayatBoach 

Do you own quality rental property suitable for 
leasing to low and moderate income families? or 
Do you qualify to receive assistance to help pay 
your rent? The Virginia Housing Development 
Authority is looking for you. 

For additional information regarding either of 
these programs contact the Virginia Beach 
Department of Social Services at 486-722^. . 



Virginia BoacliBoulovard ~^" 
highway pro/act discussod 

Representatives from the Virginia Department 
of Highways and the Virginia Beach Department 
of Public Works/Real Estate Division will be 
manning two public information trailers to supply 
information regarding the proposed Virginia 
Beach Boulevard Project (Route 58) on March 8, 
9, 12 and 13. The proposed project runs from the 
west corporate limits of Virginia Beach (Newtown 
Road) to .27 mile east of North Great Neck Road 
in the city of Virginia Beach. 
The trailers will be placed at the Lynnhaven 
|Shoppinj; Center j(iocat<^ on Virginia Beach 

tfiouieviuif.tpfl^p^iil j(^nitsc-w!rii':^c C5id 

Straw Hat) arid the Aragona Shopping Center 
ilocated on Virginia Beach Boulevard west of 
Pembroke Mall). The trailers will be operational 
from 1-9 p.m. on March 8, 9 and 12 and from 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 13. 

A Location and Design Public Hearing will be 
held by the Virginia Department of Highways and 
Transportation on Tuesday, March 13, at 7 p.m. 
in the auditorium at Princess Anne High School, 
1400 Virginia Beach Boulevard. 



SoclalSacmff y Has a aaiir home 

The Social Security Administration has moved 
to the new Federal Building, located on the 6th 
floor, 200 Granby Mall. Norfolk, VA 2341a The 
telephone number will be 441-3401 . 



Choorloading elMc offorod 

Old Dominion University and Norfolk State 
Cheerleaders, in coopo'ation with the Virginia 
Beach Recreation Center, will be conducting a 
cheerleading clinic and competition March 17, 
with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. The clinic 
will begin at 10 a.m. and deal with various 
cheering styles and methods. Lunch will be served 
followed by competition among local high school 
cheering squads. The winning squad will receive a 
trophy that will be rotated from year to year. 

This clinic is designed for anyone interested in 
either becoming a cheerleader, or persons who are 
interested in becoming advisors to cheering 
squads. The clinic and lunch are free to those who 
registier. For further information contact the 
Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth 
Lane, or call 499-1281. 



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Mood'altering prescription drugs 
to be topic at Beach conference 



Essay contest winner 

Timothy Micliaei McConville, 8th grade ttudwit at 
liMi«p«iNiMCt Jr. Hfi^ Sdwol, is shown rtcoivh« his 
Cortificate of Award and modal for SRbmltthig the 
wbmhig essay for his school in fliis year's Amerfcan 
History Montti Essay Contest The contest is sponsored 
every Fehruary by ttie National Society Dau|hters of the 
American Revohition. Mrs. R.S. Baird, American History 
Month Chairman for Adam Thoroughgood Chapter, 
NSOAR is pictured left, with Miss Patricia Vahos, 
Chairman of the Social Stwlies Department on the ri^t. 
Tbnothy's essay on Travel in the Thirteen Cohmies was 
also selected as the district wimif r for the 8th pvde, and 
has boon fiNwarded for conside«'ation m the statewide 
competition. 



"Mood-altering Drugs: Risks and Benefits" will be 
the topic of a one and a half day conference at ilie 
original Cavalier Hotel March 16 and 17. 

The conference focuses, on mood-alrering drugs 
within the prescription drug market. National and local 
experts will explore the topics of pharmacology, 



Beach receivef funds for 
highway safety programs 

Virginia Beach is among sixty-six localities and 11 
state agencies that have received federal funds totaling 
$1,601,324 for highway safety programs during the 
1978-79 fiscal year. The funds are available under the 
U.S. Highway Safety Act of 1966 and its revisions and 
administered by the Virginia Department of 
Transportation Safety, according to Director John T. 
Hanna. 

Virginia Beach received $11,840 to purchase police 
equipment for enforcing the speed limit and,$ 18,000 to 
purchase a mobile alcohol detection vehicle and 
accident investigation equipment. 

The city also received $1,002 to train traffic 
engineering personnel in traffic signal controls and 
highway design and $1,794 to initiate a program to 
mark high accident curves to reduce crashes. 



regulation/law enforcemeni, medical ethics, abuse of 
prescriptions, behavioral paticfns of health 
practilioncis, ami health piactilioiiers as the patient. 

The conference is designed to be of value to 
physicians, pharmacists, nurses, dentists, substance 
abuse counselors, and other health professionals. 

The featured speaker of the conference is Robert L. 
DuPont, M.D. Dupont is credited with national 
recognition for his expertisc.tn the field of substance 
abuse. The psychiatrist appears regularly on ABC-TV's 
"Good Morning America" show. He formerly served as 
the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse 
from 1973-1978. 

The conference is sponsored jointly by the 
Community Services Program of Old Dominion 
University, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Division 
of Substance Abuse; State Department of Mental 
Health and Mental Retardation, Naval Regional 
Medical Center and Tidewater Psychiatric Institute. 



DECAL (from page I) 

know about that, he said 
that the city would be 
lenient about stickers 
which are already on cars 
and are not likely to get 
unstuck easily to be 
moved elsewhere. 



MARKKT PLACE 

Tlie classified section of your 
tiometown newspaper is 
essentially the bulletin board and 
market place of the community, 
it locates the interested customer 
as no other advertising can do. 
This is because the customers in 
your neighborhood turn to the 
classified pages and search out 
the advertisement for what he or 
her wants to buy. 



Things to do this weeic in Virginia Beach 



Special events 



1979 TIDEWATER HOME SHOW. Mora than 70 booth* 
opon Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.in. to 10 p.in. In 
Military Cirdo Mall, NorMk. Fro* and opon to tho pubHc. 

Dance 

FAMtt.Y FOLK DANCING. Dane* Jnatruction 7:30 p.m. the 
Mcond md fourth Friday of Mdi monfli at tho Vhthila Boach 
Rorroation Cootar, 800 Monmoutti Lane. Gennan, Russian, 
Yugoslavian and other bitemationill foHi dances taught by 
Janet LHchfleM. Froe. Details at 499-12S1. 

INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCING CLUB. Dances from 
European and Medit e rr a n e an countries, featuring Balcan and 
Israel dances, presented Fridays (7:30 to 9 p.m. for beghuiers 
and 9 to 11 p.m. for advanced) at the United Methodist 
Owrch, 19th Street and Padflc Avenue, VhvMa Beach. 
Donattons. Details at 428-6900 or 486-7349. 

Theatre 



a.m. Saturday at the Great Neck branch Hu-ary, 12S1 Bayne 
Drive, VIrgfada B eac h . 

"THE GREAT SILENCE" and "THE CAT IN THE HAT." 
Movies^ll a.m. Saturday at the Wbidsor Woods branch 
library, 3612 S. Plan TraH, VIrghda Boach. 

"SMOKEY THE BEAR." Movie, 11 a.m. Saturday at the 
Oceanfront branch Hirary, 1811 Arctic Ave., Vhgtaria Beach. 



At the movies 

BAYNE, 16th Street and Attentic Avenue. "Midnight 
Express" (R|. 

BEACH, 25tb Straet and Atlantic Avenue. "Every Which 
Way But Loose" (PG). 

HILLTOP,. Ffrst Celonlal Road. "The Grwrt Trabi Robbery" 
(PG);"Supennan"(PG). 

THE MOVIES, Pembroke Meadows Shopping Center. 
"HaHowaen" (R); "hi Praise of Older Women" IR). 



"OLIVER!" Musical version of the Charles Dickens dassk 
"OHver Tuist" presentoil8:30 pjn. Friday and Saturday bi 
the Little Theater of Vhghda Beach, 24th Street and 
Barberton Drive. Tickets: $4.25 adults and $2.S0 for 
studsnts. Details and reservathMW at 428-9523. 

"THE APPLE TREE." Musteal presented 8 p.m. through 
Saturday bi Vbghria Wesleyan CoOoge's MonumeniM Chapel. 
Tickets: $2; reservations re<pdred at 461-3232. Show ends 
Saturday. 

"CABIN IN THE SKY." Musfcal comedy by Lyn Root at ttie 
TMewator Dinner Theater, 4270 Northampton Blvd., NorfoNi. 
Houra: Tuesday through FrMay— cocht^ls at 6 p.m., dinner at 
7, show at 8'.20. Satarday— cocktaHs at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 
S, curtatai at 6:18 (early show); cocfctpHs at 8:45, dhuier at 9, 
curtrti at 10:15 (late show). Sunday-cocktaHs at 4:30 p.m., 
dbner at 5, curtabi at 6:15. Thdiets: $13.90 Tuesday 
through Thuraday, $15.75 Friday through Sunday; group 
rates avaNd^. Details at 461-2933. Show ends Sunday, 
Mwch 11. 

Art 

WORKS BY JAMES WEAVER. ExhNitt at the Vbghda Beach 
Arts Center, 1711 Arctic Ave. Details at 428-9294. 
ConthMdng through March 31. 

CRAFTS BY LYNN RILEY AND JOHN FREIMARK. Exhibit 
opens SatunCiy at the HaroM Decker Haygood Gallery, 1035 
hulependence Bhnl., Vhi^nla Boach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Tuesday tiwough Saturday. Contbwtag through March. 

Film 

"BRUN' SON." Presented 7:30 p.m. Wednesday bi the 
Vbsbria Boadi Recroathm Center, 800 Monmouth Une. Free. 

Forlclds 

"ANANSI THE SPIDER" and "THE LORAX." Movies, 11 



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(R); "Bewara My Brethrwi" (R). 

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Of saliilt aiNl sinners 

Andrew Young, U.S. ambassador to the 
United Nations, has been lying low since 
President Carter rebulced him last year for 
suggesting that the persecution and 
imprisonment of political dissidents was about 
as bad in the United States as in the Soviet 
Union. 

But, Ambassador Young ran out of 
circumspection recently. The very day after 
President Carter held closed-door meetings 
with top State Department and National 
Security Council officials and made it clear he 
would fire anyone who deviated from 
administration policy, Mr. Young deviated 
wildly. 

Never mind that the United States had 
reaffirmed its support of the Bakhtiar 
government and "the constitutional process" 
in Iran Mr. Young suggested the Bakhtiar 
government would not survive the challenge of 
AyatoUah RuhnoUah Khomeini. Just to leave 
1^0 doubt about where he stood, the 
ambassador predicted the Islamic leader "will 
be somewhat of a saing when we get over the 
panic." 

A few days earlier in Bonn, West Germany, 
Mr. Young told the European press it was 
paranoiac to believe the Russians are giants 
who are making gains in Africa and Asia at 
American expenses. And he reaffirmed his 
controversial statement that Cuba is a 
stabilizing factor in Africa: "The Cubans are 
repairing elevators in Angola and maintaining 
the telephone system. That certainly is 

stabilizing,'* he said. — 

It is not altogether coincidental that a story 
in newspapers about President Carter's public 
rating having sunk to "almost the lowest level 
of his administration..." ran alongside an acid 
White House statement saying the 
administration is "not in the canonization 
business." Paranoiac, indeed. 

Ambassador Young is. an embarrassment 
for the United States before the world. His- 




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Letters 



Sports coverage is refreshing 

Edi tor, Vifgi ftkeBeaeh Sunt 

Congratulations on two very fine pieces of writing in 
the Sun of Feb. 28th! 

It is high time that sports writers "stand up and be 
counted" with regard to ethics and moral standards in 
sports "particularly on the high school level." "A 
Question of Right or Wrong" is an excellent 
commentary and you have my respect for seeing that it 
appeared boldly in print and not just as "cocktail party 
conversation." 
,. .u .TO . . .. ;'Gynma,5Jt^«;^„ -, Spoft As ,.W;e'd Like U" is 

con^nuatioi^ 4hr U.S. ^spokesman 4n 4hf -,oi4standJ5^r^^ one of p. a. High 

JJnited Nations is becoming increasingly "' ' , ^J''-; , ,_ ._. 

intolerable. 



—Sehoolr^'*fookie sophomore" gymnasts and 'f*ve 
attended all their meets. You captured my evaluation of 
the sport and wrote it brilliantly and with great 
sensitivity. The article is scotch-taped to our 
refrigerator! 

Please continue to express your "sentiments on 
sports" in such a professional manner. It is refreshing 
to the readers! 



Sincerely, 
Joan Hess 



BlueM^fMiaCijrcle 
VlrgitHiBeach : 



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Not all nursing homes involved in scandals 



ROCK CHURCN 

"Through the church 
here we have built a base 
of operation for our 
outreach ministry. We 
have a children's home, 
church and Bible school in 
Hydrebad, India. We 
support them with money 
and we send people over 
to work. 

"Our vision is to train 
young people to send out 
and evangelize," she says 
of the church's future. 
"Jesus said to go to every 
nation and preach the 
gospel. 



(from page 1) 

"We arc traveling 9 lot 
now and we hope to start 
more churches. John is 
working on a rally to be 
held in Washington, D.C. 
in 1980 called 'One Nation 
Under God.' A million 
people, representing every 
state, are expected to 
gather to pray for our 
country. 

"We teach that God 
supplies the things you 
need," Ann concludes. 
"We've found that the 
more we reach out, the 
more we find out there." 



Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

On February 26, 1979, CBS/WTAR-TV aired a 
segment of the Lou Grant Show which attempted to 
portray a nursing home scandal. The result, however, 
was wide of the mark and came across as an all-inclusive 
criticism of the nursing home industry. As an 
owner/operator 1 could not be restrained from 
responding to CBS. It is doubtful that I will ever hear 
from CBS publicly in this matter, but I would like to 



have the people of Tidewater to know that objection has 
been made and that all nursing homes are not as CBS 
would have us believe. In fact, Brent-Lox Hall Nursing 
Home at 1017 George Washington Highway, 
Chesapeake, is open at any time for anyone's personal 
investigation. 

Sincerely yours, 

Edgar A. Freeman 

Brent-Lox Hall Nursing Homes, Inc. 



Yesterday's Sum March 20, 1969 



ROSE HALL (from page l) 



registered with the 
National Register of 
Historical Places. 

Council Monday 
declared as excess the 
parcels which will remain 
zoned for business 
including 17.4 acres, 3.1 
acres and 8.6 acres, and 
authorized their sak by 
the city manager. 

Ail development in the 
area will be required to 
conform to the Colonial 
motif. 

Jerry Broadway of the 
city's Economic 

Development Depart^ 
ment, represents the city 
in the development. 



Cost of the project 
involves acquisition — 
S887,264 including sale 
price, survey, title 
insurance, Prawl property 
and Harris property; 
development ~ $144,625 
including house 

renovation, architect and 
engineers fees, materials, 
landscaping, attorney's 
fees, advertising, and 
anticipated development ~ 
$573,784 including site 
improvements, street 
lights, traffic signal, signs, 
landscaping and 

underground electrical 
service. 



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Scott favors steps to bnprove police 

City Manager Roger Scott has indicated he plans to 
take additional steps in the continuing improvement of 
the Virginia Beach Police Department. 

Scott, during Monday's informal City Council 
meeting said that when the city's fiscal 1969-1970 
operating budget is presented at Monday's regular 
Council meeting, it will include recommendations to 
raise the starting salary of a rookie policeman from the 
present $480 to $512 per month; to increase the police 
department's personnel strength by the hiring of an 
additional 25 men in the next year; to outfit and place in 
service a mobile crime lab; to obtain remote data 
processing equipment for the police department; and to 
seek the use of federal and state funds to complete 
additional improvements to the police department's 
special weapons range. ... 

Science center approved 

Virginia Wesleyan College has received final approval 
from the U.S. Office of Education on the plans and 
specifications for the college's new $1,050,000 Science 
Center. 

The present schedule calls for beginning of 
construction on this facility this spring for completion 
in the summer of 1970. The projected Science Center 
will have 20,086 square feet of space and will house 
faculty offices, classrooms and laboratories for the 
college's expanding science division. ... 

New shopping center ii^fins 

Virginia Beach Mayor Frank Dusch officiated 

Wednesday afternoon at groundbreaking (xrnnonies of 
Haygood Shopping Center at the southeast inters^nion 
of Haygood Road and Independence Blvd. A number of 
other city officials and Linda Phillips, Miss Virginia 
Beach, also attended the ceremony. 

The 30-acrc tract is being developed by Lee A. 
Gifford, who had developed a number of other 



commercial and housing areas in Virginia Beach, 
especially in the Bayside section. The new shopping 
center, being leased by Goodman-Segar-Hogan, Inc., 
will serve a total of 9,000 homes in the Bayside area of 
the city. ... 

The site for the center has been set for more than two 
years, but until recently no tenants were announced. 
The first phase will be highlighted by a 40,500 square 
foot Roses Junior Dept. Store. Other principal tenants 
will be A&P, Peoples Drug Store and Virginia National 
Bank. ... 

Other tenants will include a barber shop, beauty 
shop, ice cream store, an ABC package store and an 
applicance store, as well as a number of professional 
offices. 

Project stays on schedule 

Work is progressing according to schedule on 
Independence Blvd. 

Charles Kiley, the city's Director of Public Works, 
says work on phase two of the project is "on schedule 
despite the weather." Kiley added that the portion of 
Independence Blvd. between Haygood Road and Shore 
Drive (near gate thrn of the Naval Amphibious Basel) is 
"approximately 44 percent complete, and the estimated 
time of completion is next Sept. I." 



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One of ihe problems thai some children lace when 
rhcy apply for social security benefits i>n ihe record of a 
retired, deceased, or disabled parciii is proving iheiir 
rclalionship lo ihe parciil. Another problem is 
CNiablishiiig dc|Xiulcncy when llial ^luvessaiy. Sikial 
security pays henefils !♦> depcudeiit iTiiUlren o( workers 
who are receiving reliremeni oi disability benefits or 
who have died after w«>rkiiig long enough under social 
security. More than 5 million children arc currcnily 
receiving benefits. 

(lencrally there is no probleiri if the child is the 
worker's natural child aiul the parents are married. The 
birth or bapiisniul record will generally show ilic name 
of both parents. 

However, if the child is a stepchild, an adopted child, 
a grandchild, or if the parents have noi married, .some 
additional proofs may be necessary. 

The social security office will assist you in getting any 
proofs you need to prove such relationships, so don't 
delay applying because you don't have the proofs. 

If the child is not legitimate under State law, one of 
the following is generally sufficicni: I) 
acknowledgement of paternity in writing, 2) a court 
decree that the worker is Ihe father of the child, 3) a 
court order of support, or 4) satisfactory evidence that 
the worker is the child's biological father and was living 
with or contributing to the child's siipp«)ri . 

Stepchildren living with oi dependciii on the 
sieppareni and childrcd l«^ally adopted before the 
worker becomes entitled to benefits, are generally 
treated the same as natural children. 

A child legally adopted after the worker bectmies 
ciuiiled to social security benefits must have Ikcu both 
living with the worker and receiving at least one-half of 
his or her support from the worker for one year before 
the worker became entitled to benefits. 

If the worker is receiving disability or retirement 
benefits, the step-relationship must have existed for at 
least one year before the child can get benefits. If the 
worker is deceased, the child can qualify for survivors 
benefits if the parents were married at least 9 months 
before the death of the worker, unless death is 
accidental. ^ 

A dependent grandchild niay qualify Jor benefits 
when a grandparciil retires, dies, or Incomes disabled, if 
Ihe real parents were deceased or disabled al the time the 
grandparent becomes entitled lo benefits or dies. — — 
*^ 4hc. ftr a iMlp a rBnt dies, iho-wi|ndchild may qualify 
fai ^to |^a | gj(.tf Ji^ or she ifaMi^ adu|iied bY..ilML,^ 
suf»i4ing g h nini p Mf lt tit r^e iilfWirpdreht must not be 
living in the same household or making regular 
contributions to the child's supiKirl at the lime the 
insured worker died. 

Ii's important lo make sure children's rights are 
proieclcd under social security. II you know of a child 
whose parents have died, retired, or became disabled, 
have someone contact the siKial security ollicc on his or 
her behalf. Ii could mean a legacy from a parent that 
will make life a little easier. 




COUni-yA.KACN 

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The Virginia Beach Campus of Tidewater 
Community College (TCC) is now offering a two-year 
Associate of Applied Science degree in Health 
Technology for the training of res{riratory therapists. 

The new program is in addition to the existing one- 
year certificate program for respiratory therapy 
technicians. 

Students interested in oitoing the expanding allied 
health field of respiratory tut will find employnient 
opportunities in htwpitals, medical clinics, private 
offices, educational institutions, industry, and public 
health agencies. Respiratory therapiats and rapiratory 
therapy. technicians provute si^^MHt to physicians and 
nurses in the care of ptakms with respiratory problems 
of all types, such as asthma, em|riiys«ha. and (Hher 
temporary or chronic medical proi^ms which interfere 
with breathing. 

In the new two-year program far respiratory therapist 
training, sludoiu ncmvt the kntmiedge and skills 
necessary to perform clinic^ <are for patients with 
respiratory problems and to suptfvtse the work of 
respiratory therapy techn{^am. The therapist may be 
expected to »rvc as a i«ounx person for i^ysicians 
and nursing staff, informing these health care 
professionals of the eurreiM practice in respiratory care ^ 
and safe and effectiw method of re^Mratory thotipy. 
While the therapist operates lan^ tlK dir«» or indirect 
supervision of a physician, he or she may be required to 
exercise independent clinical jydgement in the 
repiraiory care of patients. 

Students completii« the one-^ar respiratory therapy 
technician program win be iwarded a Respiratory 
Therapy Technician Certificate. One year's ackUtional 
experience in a hospital is reqiufed before the student is 
allowed to take the rumination to become a Cmified 
Respiratory Therapy Technldah. 

For further informaiion about entering the 
respiratory therapist and technician training program, 
contact the Viri^w UmA Camimt of lldewMw 
Community Coll^^ at 4I7-3CI70. 



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Beach parks and 
nounces March 



recreation deiJt. 
calendar of events 



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cMhac the Milag* at 461-3232. 

VWC presents spring musical, "Tiie Appie Tree" 



"The Apple Tree," a "new musical" when it 
premiered on Broadway in 1966, will be presented by 
Virginia Wesieyan College through March 10. Curtain 
time each night is 8 p.m. in Monumental Chapel. 
.Admission is $2 per person, and reservations can be 
made by calling the college at 461-3232. 

The musical comedy is really a trilogy of three one-act 
plays. The first, "The Diary of Adam and Eve," is 
based upon a story by Mark Twain. "The Lady or the 
Tiger," is based upon the writings of Frank R, 
Stockton, and "Passionella" comes from Jules Ffeiffer. 

Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick ("Fiddler on the 
Roof") scored the play and wrote the script, working 
with director Mike Nichols. 

Darren Myers of Chesapeake plays Adam, Malinda 
Spann of Virginia Beach is Eve, and Ondra Ponds of 
Chesapeake plays the devil/snake in "The Diary of 
Adam and Eve." 

Act 11, "The Lady or the Tiger," will feature Regina 
Ellis as Princess Barbara, Ponds as her lover, Captain 
Sanjar, Steve Gibson as King Arik, and Cathy Hall of 
Chesapeake as the Balladeer. 

Sue Meulenberg of Virginia Beach is "Passionella," a 
chimney sweep who is transformed into a movie star. 



Flip, her "Prince Charming," will be played by Steve 
Bruner, also of Virginia Beach. Karen Trunfio will serve 
as the narrator. 

Bentley B. Anderson, assistant professor of 
theater/communications is directing the production, 
assisted by Dr. R. David Clayton, associate professor of 
music, who is serving as musical director. Technical 
director is Dale Ritter of the VWC theater staff. 

Music will be provided by Alydia Yager of Norfolk 
on piano. Bill Pendergrass of Virginia Beach on drums, 
and Jim Keller of Norfolk on electric bass. 

Other members of the cast and chorus include: Gary 
Henry of Portsmouth, Jerry Stanley of Virginia Beach, 
Jose Meredith of Virginia Beach, A.C. Calhoun of 
Norfolk, Phyllis Smith of Virginia Beach and Jeffrey 
Thaxton of Newport News. 

Assisting technical director Ritter are David Edge, 
Benton Collins and Massoud Farid. Operating the lights 
are Carol Scotece and Ron Stokes. Fran Hanbury is 
costume designer and Dorothy Goffigan is the 
costumer. Lois Cunningham and Sarah Jordan are 
handling props for the play, and Pal Russ is doing the 
makeup for the cast. 



The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and 
Recreation March calendar of events follpws: 

7 - Adult Softball coaches meeting, 7:30 p.m., tKeatre, 
VBRC. 

7 - "Brian's Song", 7:30p.m., #104. VBRC. 

9 - Family Folk Dance, 7:30 p.m.. #104, VBRC. 

* Weekend Special AUractions* 

9-11 - James K. Cole Marathon Roundball Classic. 
6:30 p.m.. dedication service; 7 p.m. challenge game 
between the Department of Parks and Recreation and 
Va. Beach City Council and Department Heads. For 
further information contact David Van Govern or 
Debbie Campbell at 467-4884. 

11 - Kite Flying day for adults, 1 p.m., north playing 
field, VBRC. Call Adult Services at 499-1281 for 
information. 

Week of 12th - Spring therapeutic recreation 
program registration, call 499-1281 for information. 

12 - Foozball tournament for teens, 4 p.m., teen 
lounge, VBRC. Must have pre-qualified on March 5th. 

13 - Mini-District Clock Golf Tournament, Luxford 
After-school Activity Center. 3:30-5:30 p.m.; March 14 
- Point O'View Elementary School; March 15 - Holland 
Elementary School. 

16 - Senior citizen trip to Bagelworks, leave from 
VBRC 9:30 a.m.; further information call 467-4316. 

16 and 17 - New production of Storybook Theatre, 
young people's performing company, 8 p.m., curtain, 
theatre, VBRC. 

^Weekend Special Altractions* 

17 - Cheerleading clinic and contest, 1:30 p.m., 
gymnasium, VBRC. Clinic is open to ages 13-17 years. 
pre-registration necessary, come by teen lounge, VBRC. 

17 - C.L.A.S.P. dance, 6:30 p.m., gymnasium, 
VBRC. Call Therapeutic Recreation staff at 499-1281 
for information. * 

17 and 18 - "Cowboys" free movi&and popconir-2~ 
p.m., #117, VBRC. -^— <•■ ■, 

18 - Craft workshop, learn new and seasonal crafts, 2- 
4 p.m., #113, VBRC. For ages 16 years, and above, 
supplies provided 

18 - Storybook Theatre, 3 p.m., theatre, VBRC. 
Young people's company performing mime, songs, 
dance and fairy tales. No reservations required. 

18 - Table tennis workshop, 7-9 p.m., #116-118, 
VBRC. For further information call adult services, 
VBRC, at 499-1281. 

20 - Mini-District Clock Golf Tournament, Windsor 
Woods Aftcrschool Activity Center, 3:30-5:30 p.m. 

19 and 22 - Teen Physical Fitness program begins 
every Ivlonday and Thursday evening 7-9 p.m. at the 
foUbwing schools: Brandon Jr., First Colonia)' and 
Plaza Jr. ^uc to schoof usage in-ogram urill not t>egin 
until March 22nd). Program available to junior and 
senior high school students. Program continues through 
May 10, 1979. 

21 - Pre-teen birthday celebration, 4 p.m., teen 
lounge, VBRC. 

23 - Adult Class Review, 8 p.m.. theatre, VBRC. 
Come share and enjoy the new found knowledge and 
skill received by students participating in the winter 
classes offered by the Virginia Beach Dept. of Parks and 
Recreation. 

23 - Family Folk Dance. 7:30 p.m., #117, VBRC. 
Learn international dances, beginners welcome. 

25 - Bayside Junior Women's Club Horse Show. 9 
a.m.. Princess Anne Park. 

26 - Therapeutic Recreation Spring programs begin, 
call 499- 1 28 1 for information. 

26 - Adult Novice Bridge Tournament, 6:30 p.m.. 



#117. VBRC. Call 499-1281 for information. 

26 and 27 - Statewide Aquatics Institute, sponsored by .^ 
Va. Beach Parks and Recreation^ Norfolk Parks and - 
Recreation and Eastern District VRPS. Due to this 
workshop, the VBRC pool will be closed March 26 and 
27. 

28 - J.O.Y. Day. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Va. Beach Civic : 
Center (Dome), 19th and Pacific Ave. Senior citiKns r 
enjoy a full day of entertainment performed by senior 
^ citizens. 

28 - Teaching crafts workshop, #117, 7:30 p.m.. i 
VBRC. This workshop is designed for those who teach ' 
and enjoy arts and crafts and want to learn new crafts 
ideas and techniques. Program coordinated by arts 
specialist. Vina Lou Hayes. ; 

29 - Teen Disco Dance, ages 13-17 years, 8-11 p.m., 
VBRC. 

30 - Senior citizen trip to zoo; leave 9:30 a.m. from 
VBRC. Call 467-4316, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Fri^^y, ■« 
for information concerning senior citizen activities. 

31 - Women's racquetbali tournament, begins 9 a. m'., 
racquetball courts, VBRC. Tournament consists of best 
2 out of 3 games, each game 10 points, single 
elimination. Second round elimination games to be held 
Saturday, April 3. Must pre-register in Athletic Office 
by March 28. For further information call 499-1281 . 

31 - Concrete canoe race, sponsored by American 
Society of Civil Engineering, ODU, Lake Windsor, Mt. 
Trashmore Park. Judging begins at 9:30, a.m., with 
races at 10:30 a.m. 

To be announced - "Little Theatre of the Deaf', 
production, Center for Effective Learning. Call 
Therapeutic recreation staff at 499-1281 for 
information. 

All events are free unless otherwise stated. 

The Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation building is 
located at 4700 Recreation Drive, Virginia Beach; 
phone, 467-4884. 

The Virginia Beach Recreation Center is located at 
800 Monmouth Lane, Virginia Beach; phone. 499-1281. 



World War II comedy begins 
run at Tidewater Dinner Theatre 



"Mister Roberts," one of the most hilarious stage 
successes to come out of World War II, opens at the 
Tidewater Dinner Theatre on March 13, This 
outsiAiding wartime comedy is the blistering, yet 
tender, saga of the men on an old bucket of a navy 
cargo ship. 

Its chief character is Lt. Roberts (played by Richard 
Salzberg) who impatiently fears the war will pass him by 
before he can get transferred to a real fighting ship, but 
whose captain continually refuses to authorize his 
transfer to a warship. This commander (AlairSader) is a 
hard-bitten sea-bully who hates college men like 
Roberts, and drives his crew in the hope of getting a 
promotion for himself. Id doing kj he spmds mvsery 
and hatred throughout the ship. 

Since all the action of the comedy takes place 8b<»rd 
the fictional ship known as AK601 only one w<Hnan 
appoirv in the cast^- an army nurse who comes aboard 



for a brief visit while the ship is in port, much to the 
delight of the wild crew who have become starved for 
the sight of a pretty girt. This role will be played here by 
Judith Yerby. / 

"Mister Roberts" ran for almost three solid years in 
New York, in addition to long repeated professional 
eapigements in other citi« including 54 weeks in 
Chicago and 26 weeks in Boston. The play was written 
by Thomas Heggoi, on the basis of his own naval 
experiences during the war, in collaboration with 
Joshua Logan. Logan, most notable for his directorial 
assignments, has been involved with such monumental 
stage hits as "By Jupiter," "Annie Get Your Gun," 
"South Pacific," "Picnic" and "Fanny." 

The Tidewater Dinner Theatre is located at 6270 
Northampton Blvd. Call 461-2933 for information or 
reservations. 



Virginia Beach birtlis 

Mr. and Mrs. Terence Michael O'Neil, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Haydon Holloman, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cleve Russell, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lubenow, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Philip Hall, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. John Garrett Muller, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Fred Shires, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Steve LaRue Moore, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Belfaiti, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. David Faricy, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Delbridgc Mace, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gordon Woolard Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Custer Jr., son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Horton, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Davenport Jr., son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Allan Orbovich, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Schwartz, daughticr; 
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. I.owrance, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory .^oc Skillman. son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny M. Weincr. son. 



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Ftb. 13 March 11 

SOME OF THE SONGS 

"Taklnj a Chanc* on Lovo" 

"Do What Veu Want To Do" 

"WadalnThaWatar" 

"Savannah" 

"Honoy in tho Honaycomb" 

"Leva Ma Tomorrow" 

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out many days of its three-weeic run. 
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hits and somo are standards. 

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Farmer 
promoted 

. Kenneth W. Farmer of 
Virginia Beach, formerly 
Executive Vice President 
of the Virginia Beach 
region of Fidelity 
American Bank, has been 
promoted to Chief 
Operating Officer for .the 
entire $2S0 million 
Tidewater bank. 

Farmer will be 
responsible for the overall 
performance of the bank, 
and will be directly 
concerned with retail 
functions, specifically 
customer services and the 
bank's marketing 
strategy. 

Fidelity American Bank 
maintains 27 offices in 
Norfolk, Portsmouth, 
Virginia Beach, Hampton, 
Newport News, 

Williamsburg, Suffolk, 
and Chesapeake. 

The band is an afflliate 
of Commonwealth Banks, 
Inc., a Richmond based 
multi-bank holding 
company formed by the 
recent merger of Fidelity 




Tidewater homebuilders to show their wares 



Kenneth W. Farmer 

American Bankshares, 
Inc., in Lynchburg and 
Central National Corp. in 
Richmond. The parent 
company serves the state 
through 14 banks with 126 
offices and 13 bank- 
related affiliates. . 




Balner Joins Realty Coiwultants 



Bob Bainer, recently 
retired Navy Captain, has 
joined Realty Consultants 
in Virginia Beach. 

Bainer lives in Pelican 
Dunes with his wife Esther 
and daughters Denise and 
Elizabeth. Esther will be 
teaching at Baylake Pines 
Methodist Church 
preschool ifv' SepifetftBer 

High School and 
Independence Junior 
High School. 

Bainer specializes in 
residential properties and 
homes. 



New associate on staff 



llealty Consultants has 
added a new associate to 
its staff - a million-dollar 
^les club member and 
^aduate of the Realtors 
Institute - Judy Crumley. 
Her husband, Chris, 
works for the Hospital 
Oata Center of Virginia. 
Their son, Scott, attends 
the Kempsville High 
School. She plans to 
(Continue to specialize in 
residential re-sale and 
I'esidential new home 
sales. 



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I he 1979 lidewaicr Home Show will open Thursda\, 
March 8 at Military Circle Shopping Center and will run 
through Saturday, March 10. Ii will feature 
approximately 80 booths displaying and demonstrating 
the newest in home products and services. Hours for the 
three-day show arc 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

riie coiubiiieil trade/consumer cveni is the largest 
shov^ ever to appeal in Military ( "irclc. 

AiiKtiif: (he more inuisiial ilispiays llii.<. year will be 

TBA requests 
representation on 
dunes committee 

The Tidewater Builders Association has asked that 
the City of Virginia Beach include representation from 
its membership and other citizens op a committee to 
prepare a local dune protection ordinance. 

The TBA opposed the Coastal Resources 
Management Act which was unsuccessful legislation 
during the 1979 General Assembly. Harris told City 
Council last week that "contrary to what was indicated 
in the press .... the TBA does not oppose a dunes 
ordinance to protect the dunes at Virginia Beach." He 
said the association was opposed to the state bill and 
"federal zoning," and said that the bill was 
inflationary. ^ 

"It has all the trappings of bills that add to the 
bureaucracy," he said. 

A local dunes ordinance prepared by the city's 
Planning Department and held in obeyance pending the 
outcome of the state legislation will be presented at a 
joint meeting of the Planning Commission and City 
"Council March 19. - 

Harris suggested that the dunes ordinance should be 
studied by a committee appointed by the mayor "to 
come up with a fair, equitable and non-confiscatory 
policy." The committee should include, he said, 
members of council, citizens, administrators, builders 
and property owners. 

"I feel that an equitable ordinance can be written," 
he said. 

CounciTwonSTT" Meyera Oberndorf, a strong 
supporter of the state legislation, said that the idea that 
only the person who owns property can participate in 

rifrUinnt is n\t^ti^^^ " 

, Harris had referred to an earlier zoning item 

) involving dunes which was handled directly and simTrfy * 

,* by council.«asJh£ way duse& protection could be handled 

on a local level. Mrs. Oberndorf remarked that if 

everybody was going to be equally as reasonable for the 

applicant in that case, the city would have no problem. 

Councilman Reid Ervin, another strong supporter of 
the state act, said that "we always run the risk of the 
over-zealous bureaucrat." 

He said the city's former fine of $25 meted to people 
who destroyed dunes was ineffective. An increase to 
$1,000 in the fine "accomplished nothing .... Under the 
best conditions we will have trouble." 

Ervin said that Senator Gartlan, who sponsored the 
state legislation, said the bill would not invite federal 
control but would put the control at the local level. 

Ervin said that in any committee 4ippointed by 
council, all types of people will have to be included. "I 
have nothing against an advisory group, but our 
Planning Department should prepare the ordinance." 
He added, "We don't have much fragile areas left and 
most is in the public land." 

Harris agreed that any dunes legislation would affect 
only a small percentage of builders but that it was "the 
principle of the thing." 

Nine members of council had voted to support the 
state bill. Two members, George Ferrell and R.L. Riggs, 
abstained. 



Schell Supply's "Hahital^" an cnvirtinuKMilal enclosure 
that supplies sun, steam, rain and warm bree/c. Built by 
Kohler, the unit can be automatically sequenced and 
in>talled in any room in the house. Schell will be 
demonstrating the enclosure periodically. Culligan 
Water Conditioning, Inc. will have a IO-foi>l high 
"mystery" faucet from which water will flow with no 
visible means of supply. 

The Great Atlantic Hot Tub Shoppe will have one of 
its California hot tubs on display, and Pella, Va., whose 
exhibit attracted so much attention last year, will be 
back this year with its hou.se made up of windows and 
doors. 

(iCorKelown, a Chesapeake commimily in which Ihe 
builder pli^led 4000 trees, will l>e reprvMntrd by a free- 
slandiiiK biiotli of rough-sawn lumber compleir with 
posters aiiii information about ikr development. 
Lanuan Kealty/Bctter Homes and (lardrns will offer 
participants coupons Kood for diacounls of up lo $500 
off un Ihe purchase of a new home built by a i.ara.san 
builder. 

Other displays will feature home security alarms and 
devices, tile and carpeting, a revolutionary ctuiking 
device, mirrors and mirror products, kitchen cabinets, 
custom iimi|e furniture, shelving, insulation, solar 
products, heal pumps and air conditioning products,' 
swimming pools and equipment, fireplaces, stone 
priHlucts, and more. Displays of new homes for sale in 
Tidewater will be prominent. The Home Owners 
Warranty Council of Tidewater will also have a booth, 
to promote the HOW 10-year protection plan lor tiew 
home buyers. 

Door prizes, balloons, coupons, give-aways and 
special exhibits and consultations will be among the 
added attractions. 

"We expect to bring to the thousands of piSpRwHO 
will view this three-day show an extraordinary selection 
of jf^roducis and services offered by local builders, 
suppliers, manufacturers and others," announced C. 
Cierald Harris, president of Tidewater Builders 
Association which is sponsoring Ihe show. "The 
exhibits will be representative of the best and newest 
ideas in Ihe hoinebuilding industry today." 



Anyan Joins Ford piant, 
malces liome in Va. Beacii 

Hie^j^animeni pf David E. Any^n ^ ^ssistij^^; 
plant inanager of tbrd Motor Company's Norfolk 
Assembly Plant has been announced by Plant Manager 
James L. Mehne. He succeeds Robert M. Major, who 
was transferred to the company's Los Angelas Assembly 
Plant as assistant plant manager. 

Anyan comes to Norfolk from Ford's Wayne (Mich.) 
Assembly Plant, where he served from 1970 until the 
end of 1978 as manufacturing engineering manager, as 
production manager, and most recently as quality 
control manager. After joining Ford in 1959 at the St. 
Louis Assembly Plant, he worked in the Automotive 
Division general office and the Chipago and Dallas 
Assembly Plants. 

A native of St. Louis, Mo., Anyan graduated in 1962 
from the Missouri School of Mines in RoUa with a 
bachelor of science degree 
in mechanical engineering. 



Pubilc servfee ieaders 
parU^iate in seminar 

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Leaders of nonprofit, public service organizations in 
Eastern Virfinia will participate in a comprehensive 
seminar serlis covering six major areas of management 
in Tidewater from March 1 9-23 . 

The Mondi^-Friday series will be held at Virginia 
Wesleyan College, Virginia Beach, according to Betty 
Jordan, Executive Director of the American Diabetes 
Association Virginia Affiliate, the host organization for 
the training, ft is the first time sudi comprehensive 
training for leaders of public service or^mizations has 
beeni offered in this area. 

Sponsored by the National Association of Public 
Service Organization Executives (NAPSOE) and the 
University of North Florida's Center for Economic 
EdOCation, the seminars are part of a Public Service 
Management Training Program which leads to 
Certification as a Public Service Executive, according to 
Tracy D. Cwinors, NAPSOE president. 

Connors says the training was developed to meet the 
need for improved management information and skills 
felt by the leaders of the nation's nearly six million 
public service organizations. Participants completing 
the entire series will receive a Certificate of Public 
Service Management Studies from the University of 
North Florida and NAPSOE. plus Continuing 
Education Units. 

Each session of the series will cover a major area of 
management shared by all nonprofit, public service 
organizations and agencies, including: organization and 
corporate principles; leadership, management and 
control; human resources management; sources of 
revenue; public relations and communications; and, 
planning and development. 

Registration in theseminar series is open to all leaders 
of nonprofit organizations, public service organizations 
and agencies, volunteer and professional staff members. 
Classes are limijed and_f?arly_ application is" 
recommended: 

For registration materials and information contact: 
American Diabetes Assocation Virginia Affiliate, 210 
Laskin Road, Suite 3, Virginia Beach. Va., 234S1, (804) 
428-6835. 




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New tidewater Psychiatric Institute Hospital 
opens this month with public open house 



I'lrglinla Beach residents will have an unusual 
opportunity to see Firsthand a modern psychiatric 
hospital when the new Tidewater Psychiatric Institute 
Norfolk opens its doors in March, 
jl As one of the activities surrounding the opffltojj of 

March 10 and IL Special public tours have been 
planned for the hospital, which is located at 860 
kempsville Road, adjacent to Leigh Memorial Hospital 
and Doctors Clinic Center. 

The new hospital replaces the present leased facility 
on the fourth floor of the Medicenter Building, 1005 
Hampton Boulevard. Patients are expected to be 
transferred to the new hospital the week of March 12 or 
1 9, and then only limited public access will be available. 
I Explaining the rationale for the public open house, 
Thomas F. Martin, TPI/Norfolk administrator, said, 
"Since TPI is very careful to protect its patients' 
privacy, the general public seldom has the opportunity 
to see the inside of a modern psychiatric hospital. They 



Smith earns fishing award 



'James Smith, 

ifembroke Office Bldg., 
Virginia Beach, earned a 
damefish Release Award 
id the Metropolitan South 
I^lorida Fishing 

Tournament when he 
cfught and released two 
sailfish. 

He was fishing out of 
the Sailfish Marina, Palm 



Beach, with Capt. Tony 
Totnaisi on the Cprgelo. 



simply don't Have full access to a psychiatric hospital 
once it's operational. 

"But in the case of the new Norfolk hospital, we're 
delaying the arrival of the patients for a few days so we 
can allow the public an opportunity to see the entire 
facility," Martin continued. "Everyone interested will 
hm'mM^C^W^ all phases of tSa^'s pS'AiltiF 
care and the remarkable progress that has been made. 
We think they'll be pleasantly surprised with the 
environment and operations of our new hospital." 

Tidewater Psychiatric Institute, which first opened on 
Hampton Boulevard in June 1971, is the oldest private 
psychiatric hospital in South Hampton Roads. The new 
Norfolk facility was constructed at a cost of $2.2 
million, and will employ about 100 people. The hospital 
will house one of TPI's Adult Treatment Programs and 
TPI's Alcoholism Treatment Program. The hospital has 
been designed to offer quality patient care in a pleasant, 
home-like atmosphere while preserving patient privacy 
and safety. 

When the original TPI/Norfolk opened, it contained 
50 beds. In December 1972, TPI opened a 72-bed 
hospital at 1701 Will-0-Wisp Drive in Virginia Beach, 
near the General Hospital of Virginia Beach. Several 
beds will be shifted from Virginia Beach to the new 
Norfolk facility, so TPI will have a net increase of only 
four beds. 




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•GoMMMtallloii 'Lot size 80x85 approx. 

•Pifvato Driveways • 1600 sq. ft. total 
•ANBrfck •Separate Utmttes 

•2 Sedrooms (each unit) •Rents to $150.00 
•Eat-In Kitchen •Tennante furnish stove 

•Unite under lease Aref. 

I If You Emu $150.00 Ptr WMk Ym CmiM Own Ons Of Tlits«| 

CAU LORRAINE ROLLINGS 
424-1301 



Now that it's ihar quarter of the year bctlet known as 
tax time, many ot us lind (uirscivcs in the poNJiion itl 
casiing around lor aiiiliori/cd deductions. 
Traditionally, one of the best deductions for the aveiage 
family has been the tax break generated by home 
ownership. 

Let's look, at what happens to the tax return of a 
young couple during the first year of a mortgage. 

The wife in our example cams $12,000 a year; the 
husband. $18,000. Their $8,0(X) savmas yields $4(H) a 
year in interest, giving them a taxable income of 
$30,400. 

Here's what the figures look like if they continue to 
rent and take the standard dcnluction on their iiici>nie 
lax forms. 

Gross Income — $30,400 
^ Tolil tax due — $6,083 

Now assume that same couple buys a home for 
$60,000 at 10 percent down and lakes out a mortgage at 
10.5 percent on the remaining $54,000. During the first 
year their mortgage interest payments equal $5,670. 
Lei's say that they paid $820 in real estate taxes, which 
is also tax deductible. Adding both the mortgage 
interest and real estate tax deduction, here's what the 
tax bill looks like now. 

Grosslncoine — $30.4(K) 

Interest Deduction - $5,670 

Real Estate Tax Deduction — $820 

Total Deduction — $6,490 

Total Tax Due — $4,976 

With just real estate tax and mortgage interest 

deductions, the couple saves about $1,007 on their tax 

bill. ()i course, most people will have other deductions 



as well, bringing the tax bill down c\t«n further. ' 

And the couple will continue to save substantial 
amounts on their tax bills throughom the early years ol 
a mortgage when interest piiyinenis make up ilic larger 
part of the mortgage paynu'iiis. 

A reminder: Whether ymii lioiiic is old oi new ot 
you're just rhinkiiig of buying, you'll Inul plciilv lo Ionic 
at at the I aniaslic! 1979 lidcw.iici lloiiicShow (<|vniiij> 
tt)morri»w at 10 a.m. ai MiIii,m\ ( luk' Mall: 
Approximatels KOexliibiis will Icaliiic alarj-c variciv ol' 
products and services lor the home available iiuhi hcu' 
in Chesapeake and Virginia Heach. \^^ ^ 



Cooper completes telephone course 



Francess Loris Cooper, 
central office 

repairperson. Continental 
Telephone of Virginia, 
Virginia Beach, has 
completed a course in 
Stromberg-Carlson equip- 
ment maintenance. The 
25-day course was held at 
the Continental Telephone 
System Training Center 
near Amherst, Virginia. 

The course includes 
instruction in circuitry; 
troubleshooting; identifi- 
cation and elimination of 
potential safety hazards; 



routine equipment 
maintenance; and repaii* 
of central office 
equipment. 

Cooper has been wUh 
the Continental System 
since 1974. 



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classified columns of your 
hometown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all. people 
in your neighborhood will know 
what you have to sell. You're on 
the road to extra cash. . . 
somelxxly will read your ad and 
buy! 



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Virginia Beach public schools set 
high standards In physical education 



National Physical education Week, observed March 
1-7, is a reminder that Virginia Beach public schools on 
both the elementary and secondary levels have long been 
leaders in physical education and health programs in the 
state. 

. For instance, the cardiopulmonary resuscitation 

(CPR) program, now taught to all ninth graders in 

Virginia Beach, started as a cooperative effort of health 

and physical education supervisors and teachers in 

Virginia Beach, working with community rescue 

workers and volunteers. The guidelines for the Virginia 

Beach CPR program have now been adopted by the 

State Oepartment of Education, and the guidelines are 

t>eing made available to school systems statewide. 

, The state has also adopted many of the physical 

fitness standards initiated in Virginia Beach. The 

Virginia Beach standards in some fitness categories 

tested each year exceed those of the state. 

Each Virginia Beach elementary school has a physical 



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education specialist, who begins the teaching of 
"lifetime sports." One of those specialists, Mrs. Sandra 
Bowie, of North Landing Elementary School, was this 
year named Virginia Beach's Teacher of the Year. She 
went on to win that same honor for the state of Virginia. 

A videotape of her teaching methods was shown 
recently on educational television around the state, and 
will be seen again later this month at a State Department 
of Education health and physical education workshop 
in Roanoke. 

Throughout the year, parents have a chance to see the 
progress made by their children. Demonstration nights 
are held by each elementary school showing off the 
skills learned. 

Virginia Beach is one of only a half dozen localities in 
Virginia to hold a district-wide field day for elementary 
students. Contestants from each elementary school 
compete in a variety of physical education events at Co)( 
High School. 



Citizenship eduaition continues 

Resident aliens preparing for U.S. Citizenship 
will again have an opportunity to receive 
comprehensive instruction at the Virginia Beach 
campus of Tidewater Community College. This 
citizenship education is available to the public 
with the payment of a $5 registration fee. There 
are no tuition or book fees. 

The course is part of the Community Education 
Program and is taught by I. Steven KrUp, Esq., 
Naturalization Examiner for the U.S. Office of 
Immigration for the Virginia District. The new 
class will begin on March 26. For further 
information on registration, call the Office of 
Continuing Education at 427-3070. 



Perfect grades net honors 

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Deborah S. Brown of Virginia Beach was 
recently named to the dean's list at Ithaca College 
in New York. Miss Brown is a speech pathology 
major and made straight 'A's' during the fall 
semester. 



Miller honored at USM 

Robert Russell Miller of Virginia Beach is 
among three hundred eighty-four students who 



have been named to the President's List for the 
fall 1978 semester at the University of Southern 
Mississippi. 



Academic standing recognized 

Barton A. Branscum of Thoroughgood Dr. in 
Virginia Beach was named to the fall semester 
dean's list at the University of Kentucky in 
Lexington. 



Lecture serfes discusses 
'Law Everyone ShouUKno\ 

The Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater 
Community College will again present the popular 
"Law Everyone* Should Know" lecture series 
during the spring quarter. 

Lectures are given by members of the Young 
Lawyers Section of the Norfolk-Portsmouth Bar 
Association and are free to the public. They will 
be held in the Learning Resources Center, Room 
B-lOO beginning March 28, at 7 p.m. The subjects 
to be discussed include real estate law, domestic 
relations, wills, accidents, consumer contracts and 
criminal law. 

For further information call the Office of 
Continuing Education at 427-3070. 




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Princess Anne County Chapter, Daughters of the 
American Revolution, sponsor the Cavalier Society, 
Children of the American Revolution and two Junior 
American Citizens chapters in Virginia Beach. Children 
in the C. A. R. are decendents of a person who fought or 
supported the efforts for America to gain its 
independence. Junior American Citizens are open to 
any child age preschool through 18 and were established 
by the D.A.R. to promote patriotism and love of 
country. 

Both organizations were contacted by Benjamin 
Moore, director of the Clean Community Systems 
Program for Virginia Beach. Moore showed "dirty" 
slides to both groups and asked them for help in 
spreading the word that litter can be abolished if we all 
work together to stop it. 

The Cavalier Society designed and constructed a large 
twelve page display for the city. During a three month 
period, many hours and lots of creativity went into the 
final product, which will be displayed around the city of 
Virginia Beach to remind citizens to dispose of their 
litter properly. 

Liberty Bell Kids and George Washington Chapters' 
of the J.A.C.'s at Montessori Children's House learned 
about all types of pollution and how Mt. Trashmore 
was built. After Moore's visit the children helped design 
a children's litter brochure for the city of Virginia 
Beach. The brochure lets children take an active part in 
their city's clean up campaign. 




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Beach boy takes 
prize in nature 
club conttest 

Stephen Gallagher, age 
11, of Virginia Beach is 
among the 118 winners in 
the annual Ranger Rick's 
Nature Club Contest 
sponsored by the National 
IVildlife Federation. The 
young conservationists 
range in age from five to 
twelve and were chosen 
from the more than 3,500 
entries. 

Entrants to the contest 
answered four essay 
questions based on Ranger 
Rick's Pledge. The 
questions, published in the 
September, 1978 Ranger 
Rick's Nature Magazine 
for children, asked the 
youngsters to explain what 
aspects of nature they 
enjoy in their own 
neighborhoods, how 
nature is most important 
to them, how they can 
protect the soil, water, 
woods, and wildlife, and 
how they respect natural 
resources when they are 
camping. 



Brandon Junior High 
presents first concert 



Brandon Junior High School choral department will 
present the school's first choral concert 0^ the evening 
of March fifteenth. Since the school opened last fall, 
various choral groups have performed programs for 
PTA Meetings, civic groups, and at the combined band 
and choral Christmas concert, but this will be the first 
all-choral concert to be presented at Brandon. 

The four groups that will perform on the program 
include the Seventh-grade Chorus, combined Mixed 
Chorus and Girls' Chorus, Concert Choir, and the 
Mwirigals. Some of the more familiar songs heard will 
be "I Write the Songs," "My Favorite Things," 
"Sunshine on My Shoulders," and a new setting of 
"Amazing Grace" sung by the five-voice Madrigal 
group. 

The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 
IS, in the school's auditorium. There will be no charge 
for the concert, and the public is invited to attend. 

For further information, call the school at 424-33S1 . 



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Casual Corner of Military Circle Mall sponsored a 
Spring Fashion Show at Princess Anne Business College 
on Thursday, Feb. 22. The show was part of a class 
project and all the decorations, planning, and modeling 
were done by students in the Professional Development 
dass taught by Mrs. Doris Krantz. 

Student models Tana Wright, Trish Dragovich, Beth 
Feran, Kay Morgan, Sharon Rakes, Gail Johnson, 
Missy Di Sisto, Lonna Moore, Laurette Barry and 
Linda Whitehurst walked the runway with some of 
Casual Corner's new spring line which included lots and 
tots of color, lots and lots of legs and you guessed 
it— hats! 

The audience left the show looking forward to the 
upcoming Princess Anne Business College Open House 
to be held on Wednesday, March 14, beginning at 6 
p.m. at which time the students will once again show 
^ring fashions for young career women. All are 
welcome to attend. Call 3'4f)-0222 for further 
information about this occasion. . 



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Navy Commander Carl A. Anderson and Lieutenant 
Commander Morris C. Foote will always remember 
Aug. 19, 1978, with fond memories. That day the two 
Viginia Beach residents became "plank owners" of one 
of the most modern, sophisticated destroyers in the 
Navy fleet of ships as the USS Stump was 
commissioned. 

With the commissioning of the USS Stump, 
Anderson officially took command of the Norfolk 
homeported destroyer and Foote became his executive 
officer. 

Traditionally, members of the commissioning crew 
are given the title "plank owner," or part owner of the 
ship. In Navy tradition, the plank owner receives "a 
clear, free, open and unencumbered title to a plank of 
the deck of the ship." 

Becoming a plank owner was not an entirely new 
experience for Anderson, who was the weapons officer 
aboard the nuclear-powered fleet, ballistic missile 
submarine USS George Bancroft when it was 
commissioned in January 1966. 

In commissioning the Stump, Anderson joined a 
select group of Navy men who have had the rare 
opportunity of putting two Navy sfiips in commission. 
Anderson also had the distinction of becoming the first 
submariner to command a Spruance-class destroyer. 
Prior to reporting for duty aboard the Stump, Anderson 
was commanding officer of the 25-year-old guided 
missile destroyer USS John S. McCain as it was 
decommissioned. 

Anderson, his wife, Patricia, and their three children, 
Scott, Kathleen and Jimmy reside on Hidden Cove Rd., 
Baycliff, Virginia Beach. 

For Foote, the day of the Stump's commissioning is 
not only memorable because he became a plank owner 
and executive officer of the innovative destroyer, but 
also because it was the ninth birthday of his son 
William Todd. 
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Head Chef at NAS Oceana's Officers' Club, Ransom 
Diggs, was awarded a Letter of Commendation recently 
by Captain D.J. Michaels, Commanding Officer, NAS 
Oceana. The award cited Diggs' "remarkable 
professionalism" in food preparation and catering, 
which is considered a major factor in the club's being 
named last year as the Navy's number one 
Commissioned Officer's Mess Open by the Secretary of 
the Navy. 

Diggs started his career of more than 19 years at 
Oceana's O' Club in 1959 as a kitchen helper. Later he 
became second cook, and for the last 15 years he has 
been the club's head chef . 

Along with so many years in one place goes the many 
memorable occasions. One of Diggs' fondest memoriK 
was the night in June, 1978 when the O' Club hosted a 
victory party after clinching the SecNav Award for the 
top Officers' Club. That evening five separate rooms at 
the club were loaded with foods which represented 
nearly every country in the world. This victory party 
evolved into the popular "fly-in" which the O' Club 
now hosu regularly. 

"We feed between 200 to 300 people Monday through 
Friday during normal noonday meals," said Manager 
Roy Olson, "and Diggs always has the food ready on 
time and served in the most professional manner 
possible. Diggs has never let me down in the four years 
that I have been manager. He's the 'main cog' that 
makn this clab roll." 

Of his own abilities as chef, Diggs remarked, "Given 
the recipe and proper ingredients, I can make most 
anything that can be prepared in the way of food." 

Evffl foods as diverse as roast pig or goat meat can be 
cooked and served professionally by Diggs, according to 
P^gy Spry, catering manager. "There's nothing that 
I've ever asked him to fix yet that he hasn't been able to 
come up with," insists Ms. Spry. 

Each Friday night, the O' Qub has Iwppy hour and 
I^s always serves a wide variety of hors d'oeuvers and 
sometime top of beef. His Friday night specialty is an 
all-ypi-can-eat s^food buffet fwuring Alaskan king 
orab, steamed shrimp, ftearashipifound of beef, sauteed 
oysters and a variety of mixed vegetables and salads. 
The dub has bpjween 300 to 500 customers Friday 
evenings, accordfnjj Jo Olson. 

Di^s has two kitchen helpers, Ms. Nellie Sanders 
who assiMs in saM iM-q»ration and I^ig HiMs, who 
works iNornings. 

The letter of Commendation to Diggs states in part^ 
"Your extraordinary achievements, coupled jirfth a 
minimum incr^ise in support personnel aiyi little or nO 
modoiilaNiM) in kitchen equipm^, can only N 
;tessin<Kl as ip^acuiar. Club giMt^nage has increase^ 
« a ^oint whenl»y food sales have grown... a 
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Beach, and their son, William, residen on Balfor Drive, 
Virginia Beach. Mrs. Foote is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Donald Onyun of Ewell Rd., Virginia Beach. 

A 1966 graduate of the Naval Academy, Foote has 
served as the chief engineer of the destroyer USS Lowry 
and as antisubmarine warfare officer of the destroyer 
USS Holder. Prior to reporting for duty aboard the 
Stump, the Washington. D.C., native attended the 
Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk. 

Designed and built from the keel up to detect and 
-destroy enemy submarines, the Stump's advanced 
underwater detection equipment and computerized 
tracking, processing and targeting systems make this 
Spruance-class destroyer a versatile submarine hunter- 
fighter. C 

The 16th of 30 planned Spruance-class destroyers, the 
Stump is the seventh to join the Atlantic Fleet Surface 
Force. 

The Stump is named in honor of Admiral Felix B. 
Stump, an outstanding aviator and a distinguished 
aircraft carrier division commander in the Pacific 
during World War 11. 

The Stump and other Spruance-yclass destroyers are 
the U.S. Navy's first major combatant ships to be 
pdwered by gas turbine engines. Similar in design to 
those used on aircraft, these engines enable the ship to 
get underway and change speeds rapidly and maintain 
high-performance operations for several days without 
logistic support. 

Comparing the propulsion system of the older 
destroyers with the newer gas turbine engines aboard the 
Spruance-class destroyers, Anderson said that it takes 
much longer to get the older destroyers underway. 

"Aboard the Stump, we can get the gas turbine 
engines fired up in 40 minutes and be underway two 
hours if necessary," the captain of the modern 
destroyer said proudly. 

"Compared to some ships I've served aboard, the 
Stump is like a dream," Foote said. "Serving aboard 
the gas turbine powered patrol gunboat USS Green Bay 
convinced me of the potential of this new propulsion 
system. ,,.«.,,. 

"C&s turbine propulsion and computerized combat^ 
systems provide potential that never existed before," 
Foote continued. "The speed, endurance and growth 
potential for the Spurance-class ship will add greatly to 
this nation's defense into the 21st century." 

Since the Stump's commissioning, Anderson and 
Foote have taken the destroyer on cruises to the 
Caribbean, where the ship has visited St. Thomas, 
Virgin Islands, and the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo 
Bay, Cuba. 

One of the biggest thrills for Anderson, however, 
came when he recently took his ship into New York City 
for a port visit. It was the first port call to the city by a 
Spruance-class destroyer .and marked the first visit 
home aboard a Navy ship for Anderson, a native New 
Yorker who has 19 years of naval service under his belt. 
When he was a high school student in the Bronx, 
Anderson wanted to become an able bodied seaman. At 
the age of 16, he shipped out with the Danish Merchant 
Marine for a summer cruise which took him to Central 
and South America. 

The skipper of the Stump went on to graduate from 
the New York State Maritime College, where he earned 
a bachelor of science degree in marine transportation. 

During (he Stump's visit to New York City, 
Anderson, Foote and the rest of the 270-man crew of 
the destroyer were honored guests in "the Big Apple." 
Anderson, Foote and their shipmates returned the favor 
by welcoming more than 7,000 people who came aboard 
the Slump during three afternoons the destroyer put 
•down the gangway for "open house." 

"It's a great honor to be on one of the newest in the 
destroyer community, working with so many extremely 
capable shipmates," Foote concluded about his plank 
ownership and executive officer duties aboard the 
Stump. 



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David A. Moore, whose wife, Roxanne, and mother, 
Mrs. Thelma E. Moore, live on Shipp Lane, Virginia 
Beach, recently was promoted to Army first lieutenant 
while serving asa platoon leader with the 72nd Armor at 
Camp Casey, Korea. 



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UMrtMant ComiMnder John T. Bmr, 11, USN, it pr«SMtod 
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Been retires after 
21 year naval career 

Lieutenant Commander John T. Been 11, a resident 
of Virginia Beach, capped a twenty-one year naval 
career with receipt of the Navy Commendation Medal at 
retirement ceremonies^ held Feb. 28^t Fleet rnlelligence 
Center Europe and Atlantic, Norfolk. LCdr Been was 
presented the medal by Vice Admiral Ronald T. Hays, 
Deputy Commander in Chief U.S. Atlantic Fleet, on 
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bombardier/navigator in VA-85, and commented on 
LCdr Been's coolness under fire. 

Commended for his meritorious §eryice, as Nuclear 
Strike Planning Division Officer of' Fleet Intelligence 
Center from October 1976 to February 1979. LCdr Been 
demonstrated outstanding leadership and professional 
competence in planning for the Cruise Missile Mission 
Planning Program, and developed and implemented 
planning programs contributing to Fleet readiness. His 
unique combat and operational experience greatly 
improved all mission planning materials. 

LCdr Been was also presented a letter of 
commendation by Capt C.G. Dearie, USN, 
commanding officer of Fleet Intelligence Center, in 
recognition not only of the highly professional 
performance of his final assignment, but also of the 
heroism and ability evident throughout his entire naval 
career. 

LCdr Been has earned the Silver Star, Distinguished 
Flying Cross (eight awards). Air Medal (21 awards). 
Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy 
Commendation Medal with Combat "V", Navy Unit 
Commendation (two awards), Meritorious Unit 
Commendation, Navy Expeditionary Medal, National 
Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary 
Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with three campaign 
stars. Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry (2nd 
Class), Republic of Vietnam Meritorious Unit Citation 
(Cross of Gallantry color), and Republic of Vietnam 
Campaign Medal. 

LCdr Been entered the Navy in August 1958 as an 
Officer Candidate. He has served in Heavy Attack 
Squadrons Nine and Eleven; Commander Carrier 
Division Six; Attack Squadron 42 (three tours); Attack 
Squadron 85; Attack Squadron 34; Llniled Slates 
Readiness Command; and Fleet Intelligence Center 
Europe and Atlantic. 

LCdr and Mrs. Been will remain in Virginia Beach 
with their children, Todd, Mark, and Doug. 



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"In the Clerk's Office of 
<; the Circuit Court of the 
s City of Virginia Beach, oh 
./the 21st day of February, 
'1979. 

Fred D.White, 
' Plaintiff, 

against C79-3 15 
J.' Paula H. White. 
• ' Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



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The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a 

mensa et thoro from the 

said defendant, upon the 

grounds of desertion 

occuring February 4, 

'& 1979, to be merged at the 

I' proper time into a divorce 

d\i vinculo matrimonii. 

<! And an affidavit having 

i' been made and filed that 

ri the defendant is not a 

I resident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known 

post office address being 

« 1504 Sunshine Road 

!(, Brownsville, Texas. 

M It is ordered that Paula 

j H. White do appear on or 

before the 13th of April, 

1979, and do what may be 

n necessary to protect her 

ir interest in this suit. 

ji' 

'•■■ A copy-teste: 
.-'.• John V. Fentress, Clerk 

_ By: Linda Noel Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 

_ JEhUip Deninaa^pjci.,„_™_ 
1800 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 

2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
, Of ficfr of- the Circuit 
'■ Court of the City of 

.21st day of February, 
1979. 



In re: Adoption of Mary 
Cathran Belyeu 

By: Richard Stanley Kaye 
and Mary Tyler Kaye, 
Petitioners 

[ To: Cletis Arnold Belyeu 
'. Cherry Point Marine 

.'. Corps Air Station 
,~ Cherry Point, NC 28533 

■ In Chancery #C78-1795 

ORDER 

This day came Richard 

, Stanley Kaye and Mary 

,' Tyler Kaye, Petitioners, 

'. and represented that the 

; object of this proceeding 

', is to effect the adoption of 

■' the above named infant, 

^ Mary Cathran Belyeu, by 

Richard Stanley Kaye and 

Mary Tyler Kaye, 

husband and wife, and 

affidavit having been 

made and filed that Cletis 

Arnold Belyeu, a natural 

parent of said child(ren), 

^ is a non-resident of the 

" Stale of Virginia, the last 

', known post office address 

"' being: Cherry Point 

■ Marine Corps Air Station, 
^'Cherry Point, N.C. 28533. 

It is therefore Ordered 



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that the said Cletis Arnold 



' Belyeu appear before this 

" Court within ten (10) days 

■'after publication of this 

'"^ Order and indicate his/her 

attitude toward the 

proposed adoption, or 

otherwise do what is 

necessary to protect his 

interest in this matter. 

■ A copy teste: 
■'' John V. Fentress, Clerk 

'■ By: Joy A. Johansen, 
^■Deputy Clerk 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office Of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Heather 
Elizabeth Principle 

By: Roy Edward Austin 
and Ramona Louise 
Austin, Petitioners 

To: John Steven Burke 

In Chancery #C79-222 

ORDER 

This day came Roy 
Edward Austin and 
Ramona Louise Austin, 
Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s). 
Heather Elizabeth 
Principle, by Roy Edward 
Austin and Ramona 
Louise Austin, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that John Steven 
Burke, a natural parent of 
said child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being- 
unknown. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said John Steven 
Burke appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publkation of this__ 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 



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Deputy Clerk 



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2/28.3/7.3/14.3/21 



James R. McKenry, p.q. 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Andrea 
Rene Baril 

By: Barbara Lee Baril, 
Petitioners 

To: Gloria Jean Baril 

State of Micfhigan 

(city and county unknown) 

ORDER 

This day came Barbara 
^Lee Baril, Petitioner, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Andrea Rene Baril, by 
Barbara Lee Baril, wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that Gloria 
Jean Baril, a natural 
parent of said child(ren), 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post offipe address 
being: State of Michigan, 
(city and county 
unknown), t, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Gloria Jean 
Baril appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

J. Peter Holland, III, p.q. 

2/28,3/7.3/14.3/2! 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 16th day of February, 
1979. 

Donna Ann Fox Riojas, 
Plaintiff, against Gilbert 
Riojas, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Naval 
Amphibious Base, Little 
Creek, Ship Shore 
Department, Virginia 
Beach, VA 23455, it is 
ordered that Gilbert 
Riojas do appear on or 
before the 13th of April,? 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

J. Brian Donnelly, p.q. 



4748 Kerle St., 
Jacksonville, Florida 
32205. 

It is ordered that 
Willene Jan Luke .do 
appear on or before the 
13th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Michael E. Grey, p.q. 

2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 20th day of February, 
1979. ., 

Bruce Lee Johnson, 
Plaintiff, against Sandra 
' K. Johnson, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Section 20- 
91(9).' And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o E.C. Allen, 
2128 Hellbeck St., 
Pueblo, Colorado 81008, 
it is ordered that Sandra 
K. Johnson do appear on 
or before the 13th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A Johansen, D.C, 

Ralph E. Lawrence 

2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of February, 
1979. 

John Carlton Luke. Sr., 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Willene Jan LulTcV 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for a period in excess of 
one (1) year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of tiK State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offH% address being 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of February, 
1979. 

Jesse P. Burwell, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
France, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
"without interruption for a 
period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 610 Cottage Drive, 
Abilene, Kansas, it is 
ordered that Mary France 
do appear on or before the 
28th of March, 1979, and 
d9^^l)at tji^y..b^ jiecji^ry 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of March. 
1979. 

Kenneth Raymond Roe* 
Plaintiff.against 
Diane Ellen Rice Roe. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of adultery or 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii on the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or city the 
defendant is without 
effect. 

It is ordered that Diane 
Ellen Rice Roe do appear 
on or b^ore the 20th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be; necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A, Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 



vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the parties 
living separate and apart 
for over one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 327 William 
Street. Cumberland. 
Maryland 21502, it is 
ordered that Mary 
Margaret Smith Black do 
appear on or before the 
5th of April. 1979. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Linda Noel Hill 

DeputyCIerk 

W. Shepherd Drewry. 

Jr. p.q. 
3007 Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

2/21,2/28,3/7,3/14 



necessary ip protect her 
interest in ihjs suit. 

^1 , , A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A, Johansen, D.C. 

Stuart ^. kays 

2/21,2/28^/7,3/14 



Virginia: In the Juvenile 
and Domestic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach 

Celesta M. Sub'da 
Higgins, formerly Celesta 
M. Subda. Complainant 



Virginia L. Cochran, p.q. 
3/7,3/14,3/21,3/28 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of February, 
1979. 



to protect her Interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 
3707 Byler Building 
Virginia. Beach, Virginia 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



Ifi the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of February, 
1979. 

Benjamin Lee Dickson, 
Plaintiff, against Diane 
Kay Dickson, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 49 N. 
Virginia Lane, 

Westerville, Ohio 43(^1, 
it is ordered that Diane 
Kay Dickson do appear on 
or before the 6th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Bernard G. Barrow, p.q, 

2/21.2/28,3/7,3/14 



" t'laintiff', against Allen R. 
Hyatte, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grdunds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that due diligence has 
been used by or in behalf 
of the complainant to 
ascertain in which county 
or corporation the 
defendant is, without 
effect, the last known post 
office address being: 417 
24th Street, Apt. 2, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
it is ordered that Allen R. 
Hyatte do appear on or 
before the 5th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
netessary to protect his 
interest in this suit, 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 

3707 Virginia Beach Blvd, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2/21,2/28.3/7.3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 12th day of February, 
1979, 

Elon Chauncey Black, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
Margaret Smith Black, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of February, 
1979. 

.Scott Sorokyr^laiBtiffr 
against Donna Carol 
Spradling Soroky, 

-Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation pursuant to 
. Sefiti(yiv<2(Vfii(f^'4)£i^e 
Code of Virginia J r Andean 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being c/o Girard's 
Discotheque. lOOOl 
Cathedral St., Baltimore, 
Maryland 21201, if is 
ordered that Donna Carol 
Spradling Soroky do 
appear on or before the 
6th of April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A, Johansen. D,C. 

Louis B. Fine, p.q. 

2/21,2/28,3/7,3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of February, 
1979. 

William John Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ann 
Theresa Michaels Carroll, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and/or one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 412 North 
Greenbay Road, Apt. 
#1501, Waukegan, 
Illinois, it is ordered that 
Ann Thtresa Michaels 
Canoll do appear on or 
before the <kh of April, 
1979, and do what may be 



John (N) Subda, 
Defendant 

Docket N<yiD-2932 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object 6f this 
proceeding is that 
complainant asks for 
judghient against the 
defendant in the amount 
of $2,700.00 plus interest, 
attorney's fees and costs 
which complainant alleges 
is owed for spousal 
and/or ch ild su pp ort 
pursuant to' decree of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia dated August 11, 
1975, The defendant is 
required to appear and 
protect his/her interests 
on or before April 5; 1979 
at 9:00 A.M. 

A True Copy 

Elizabeth E. Henlet 

Clerk 

'^Wike L. Smith, D.C. 

2/21.2/28,3/7,3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of February, 
1979, 

Harry J. Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ramona 
Lee Marks Carroll, 
Defendant, 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
continuous separation. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offin address being 
9716 Forst Lanr, Apt. 
2060. Dallas, Texas 75243, 
it is ordered that Ramona 
Lee Marks Carroll do 
appear on or before the 
6th of April. 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit, 

A a^y-Teste: 

John V^ Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

James A. Gorry, III p.q. 

2/21.2/28,3/7,3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 12th day of February, 
1979. 

Ronald C. Johnson, 
PUjjitiff, against 
G.epi'gette Johnson, 
Oiefendant, 

ORDER OF 



PUBLICATION 

The object ofihis suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
onj year. And aii 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 7707 Beach 
Blvd., Jacksonville, 
Florida, it is ordered that 
Georgette Johnson do 
appear on or before the 
6th of April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Tpste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

DeputyCIerk 

Stuart R, Gordon 
2/21,2/28,3/7.3/a 



NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach 
Planning Commission will 
Hdlff a smes of pubMc^ 
meetings concerning the 
proposed Coihprehensive 
Plan, with each public 
meeting directed to a 
ceriain group of study 
areas, as follows: 

Wednesday, February 
14, 1979, 7:30 P,M. - for 
Bayside and Bayfront 
Study areas. 

Wednesday, February 
21; 1979, =7:3^ P.M.- for 

«36fttfc'iN»^iir#iift ^mcv 

'««Wd '0<Jian*P(Jnt"*%ltfllly 
areas, 

Wednesday, February 
28, 1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Kempsville and Holland 
Study areas. 

Thursday, March 8, 
1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Courthouse - Sandbridge 
and Pungo-Blackwater 
Study areas. 

All meetings will be held 
in the City Council 
Chambers. The meetii^ 
are for informational 
purposes and to gain 
public comment. No 
formal action by the 
Planning Commission is 
anticipated at theise 
meetings. Maps and 
documents related to the 
Comprehensive Plan are 
on display in the Planning 
Department office. For 
further information, 
contact the Planning 
Department at 427^21 . 

Robert J. Scott 
Planning Director 

2/7,2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of February, 
1979. 

Jerry Lee Buckmaster, 
Plaintiff, against Carolyn 
T. Buckmaster. 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF * 

PUBLICATION 

The object, of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption since 
November 10, 1977, a 
period of time in excess of 
one year. Ami an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 



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not « resident of the state 
of Virginia, the list 
known post office Ktcjreu 
feeing 120 North Ulce St., 
Grays Ulce, Illinois 60030 
it is ordered that Carolyn 
T. Buckmaster do apprar 
<m or before the 3(Hh of 
March. 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Twte: 

John V. Fentren 

Oei-k 

Joy A. Johansen, D.Cr 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 

2/14,2/21.2/28,3/7 



Virgiilta: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 5th 
day of February, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
Geor^na Renee Tobon 

By: Ronald Van Hoose 
and Patricia Marie Van 
Hoose, Petitions? 

In Chancery «C-79-lt7 

To: Ronnie Steve Tolson 
296 Senoia Road 
Fairbum, Geor^ 
30213 

ORDER 



This day came Ronald 
"Van Home and Patrida 
Marie Van Hoose, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the 
objecet of this proceeding 
* is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant, 
Georgina Roiee Tolson, 
by Ronald Van Hoose and 
Patricia Marie Van 
„ Hoosi^ bu«iNuid aa^ ly^e, 
A^ «ffi^vi|jJip>rii|ftft|Bi 
•made and filod tMt- 
Ronnte Steve Tolion, a 
natural parent of said 
child(ren). is a non- 
rc«d«it of the State of 
Vir^ia, tlw laM known 
post office address bdng: 
296 Senoia Road, 
Fairimm, Geo^ 30213. 

It is therefore Ord^ed 
that the said Ronnie Steve 
Tolson appear befwe this 
Court within ten (KQ days 
after publication of this 
Order and indkate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy tests: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J.Curtis^uit,D.C. 

Winston G. Snider, p.q. 
S209 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

2/14.2/21.2/28,3/7 



In th^ Clerk's Office of 
the Ctrcuh Cmirt of tN 
City of Vir^nia Beach, on 
the 6th day of Fd^roary, 
1979. 

Carl Vance Bell. Plaintiff, 
against Mary Ann Bell, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
nwnsa et thoro to be later 
maw^ into a dirarce a 
vinculo matrimonii frwn 
the said defmdant. upon 
the gnMMds of <^crtion 
and adult«y pwfuaM t^ 
SedkNi ^95 and S^icm 
20.91 of the Code of 
Virginia, 1950, as 
ame»de<)- Ajid an 
affidavit having bten 
Rwte and fM tlMtt the 
^^dtantisMiar^iieM 
of ilw State of Virginia the 



last known post office 
address being 3768 
Summer Place. Virginia 
Beach, Va. it is ordered 
that Mary Ann Bdi do 
appear on di- before the 
30th of March. 1979. and 
do what may be niKcssaiy 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. ' 

AcopyTeste: 

John V. Fentress 

aerk 

Joy A, Johansen. D.C. 

William R. Wahab 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of February, 
1979. 

Qui Thi Rhoad. Plaintiff, 
against Kenneth Allen 
Rhoad, Defen<Unt. 

ORDER OF 
^ PUBLICATION 

The cM)Jcct of this suit is 
to obtain separate 
maintenance, child 
citttody and support from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendarit ts not a 
resident of the State of 
Vi^nia, the la^ known 
post office addms being: 
unknown, it is ordered 
that Kenneth Allen Rhoad 
do ^}pear on or before the 
29th of March, 1979. and 
do what may be neMssary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste; 
John V. I^ntress 

^.(1 rtiim? J-ii^to-k 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Robert G. Clements 
3284 Virginia beach Blvd. 
Viripnia Beach, Virginia 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of February, 
1979. 

Marlene Yvonne Miller. 
Plaintiff, against Rick 
William Miller, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Tlte object of this suit is 
for the said |riaintiff to 
obtain a divorce. A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the state of 
Vii^nia. tiM last known 
post office address being: 
Muldon Place, 

Anchorage, Alaska, it is 
or(ter«l that he do apprar 
on or before the 2nd of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his Interot in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V, Fentms 

Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Mr. Frank E.Butler, III 
2420 Vir^ia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia B«Kii. Virginia 

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FRANK £. BUTLER 111. Eseheator 

for the City of Vfayiiila Beach 

IN RE: Varibut Property* 

CERTinCATE 

Hiis is to certify that in aixordance with Code |55- 
181 of the Code of Virpnia that the following p«vcls of 
real property wwe ^cheated to the Qmunonweakh of 
Virginia by jury verdict dated January 19. 1979 in the 
ease styled Commonwealth of Virginia, 1^ Fmk E. 
^tler. III, Eseheator, Chancery No. C78'2128-A: 

Parcel of land known as Lots 2 & 3, Oakwood, Tax 
m- Parcel Number B-41-20'2 

and 

Pared of land known as Lot 10, Oakwood, Tax or 
Parcel Number B^2-40-10. 

ami 

Parcel of land known as, Burton Parcel, Tax or 
Parcel Number B-43-40-12A, 

Md 

Parcel of land known »& Lots 115, 116. 26. 
Hodgman Plat, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-30- 
115, 

and 

Pared of land known as Lot 8. Uock 1, Lakeside, 
Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-1-8. 

All of which parcels are located in the City of 
Virginia Beach and should be advertised as "owner 
unknown". 



Given under my hand this 19th day of January 



1979. 



Signed: Frank E. Butler Hi 



Published by order of Donald Haynes, Sute Librarian. 
UmIw autlvsrity of Section 55-183 of the <:«dc of- 
Virginia. 

3/7,3/14,3/21,3/28 



FRANK E. BUTLER III. Eseheator 

for the City of Virginia Beach 

IN RE: Various Propoties 

CERTinCATE 

This is to cmify that in accordance with Code j55- 
181 of the Code of Virginia that the following parcds of 
iiCeal^>r(4)etty'Wei«.eRheated.to,tbr C omigo HwaMi.of 
Vkitaia by juiy ytMa. dated January 19, 1979 in the 
caa» styled CMmoawnlOi of Vlrglida, by Fraak E. 
■irthr. Ifl, Eseheator, Chancery No. C78-1952A: 

Pared of land known as Lots 13 A 14, Block 1, 
Lakeside, Tax or parcel Number C-42-4-BK-1-13, 

and 

Pared of land known as Lots 9, 10, 12-20, Block 2, 
Lakeside, Tax or Pared Number C-42•4.BK-^9 

and 

Pared of land known as Lots 23, 24. 25, 26, Block 
2, Lakeside, Tax or Pared Number C-42-4-BK-2- 
23. 

and 

Pared of land known as Lot 27. Uoek 2, Lakeside, 
Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-^27, 

and 

Pared of land known as Lots 30 ft 31, Blodt 2, 
Lakeside. Tax or Pared Number C-42-4-BK-^a0. 

All of vHUdi parcds of land are located in the City 
of Virginia Beadi and should be advertised as "owner 
unknown." 



Given uwter my hand this 19th day of January 



1979, 



Sgned: Frank E. Butler III 



Pi4>llslMd 1^ (mier of Dcmald Ha^ies, State Librarian. 
Under authority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Virginia. 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B»ch, on 
the 26th day of February. 
1979. 

Arnold Leslie Cross. 
Plaintiff, against C79-320, 
Nan R. Crms. Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Tl» object of this suit is 
to <^tain a divorce a 
Mensa & Thoro from the 
Hrid (Pendant. up(Mi the 
ptHuids (^ desertion. And 
Ml affhtavit having been 
MMde and filed that tte 
(Mendant is mm a resitkni 
of the &ate of Viiiinia, 
the last known atklress 
bdng 7-D Mwson R(^ 



Apartments. Leesburg. 
GA 31763. it is ordered 
that Nan R. Cross do 
appear on or before the 
18th of April, 1979. and 
(to what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
the suit. 

A copii'ltmr, 

John V. Fentms 

CWrk 

By: Linda Nod HOI 

DqratyClerit 

William H. Cotona 
3330 Pacific Ave. 
Suite ^S, B^rh Tower 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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Vir^ia; In the Juvenile 
Md Donmtic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 

Commonwealth of Virginia 
In r«: Herbert Walter 
Wiseman , 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled proceeding is to 
approve the temporary 
entrustment agreement 
entered into between the 
Department of Social 
Services. City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia, and 
Darlene Lynnette 
Wiseman, mother of 
Herbert Walter Wiseman 
dated January 23, 1979 
pursuant to Title 63.1 
Section 204. of the Code 
of Virginia. 

The parent is required 
to appear and protect 
his/her interests on or 
beforeAprillS. 1979. 

Enter: 2-23-79 

A true copy: Elizabeth 
E. Henley. Clerk 

By: Kathy S. Brothers, 
Deputy Clerk 

2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 23rd day of February, 
1979. 

Carol Elizabeth Allen 

Keely Stoddard, 

Plaimiff. 

against 

Jerold Paul Stoddard. 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of there 
never being any intention 
on the part of the 
defendant to consummate 
the said marriage. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
4476 Ocean View Blvd., 
Apt. 2, Virginia Beach, 
Va. 

It is ordered that Jerold 
Paul Stoddard do appear 
on or before the 13th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy.A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

C harles A . McDuffie, p.q. 



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, March 21, 
1979, at 7:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The following applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

RfiOULAR^BND A: 

1 . David Hume Shafer requests a variance of 3 feet in 
fence hdght to a 7 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required front yard setback on Lots 31 and 
33, ffiock 50, Shadowlawn. 913 Carribbean Avenue. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

2. Barbara A. Kendrick requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 1 A, Block 16, 
Resubdivision of Blocks 10. 11, 12, and 14. Site 17. 18, 
19, Section 4, Part I, Windsor Woods West, 3873 
Chancery Lane. Kempsville Borough. 

3. U. T. Brown requests a variance of 20 feet to a 30 
foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required on 
Lot 14, Tract C, Section 2, Sandbridge Beach, 
Sandfiddler Road. Pungo Borough. 

4. M. R. and Mary R. Welch request a variance of 5 
fed to a 10 foot side yard setback (north property line) 
instead of 15 feet as required on Lot 14, J. C. Hudgins 
Shores, Hudgins Shores, Cheswich Lane. Bayside 
Borough. 

5. Betty T. Savage requests a variance of 3 feet to a 7 
foot si(te yard setback instead of 10 fe^ as required on 
Lot 9, Block 20, Shadowlawn Heights, Winston-Salem 
Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

6. William B. Bruce requests a variance of 4 feet to a 1 
foot rear yard setback instead of S feet as previously 
granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals (accessory 
buikling) on Lot 19. Block L, Section 2, Carolanne 
Fwrms, 5545 War Admiral Road. Kempsville Borough. 

7. Paul L. Strassberg requests a variance of 12 feet to 
as 18 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required and of 2 feet to an 8 foot side yard setback 
(tt<Hrth propoly line) instead of 10 feet as required on 
Lots 9 and 10, Block 27, Pecan Gardens, Grant Avenue. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

8. Eric A. Hauser requests a variance of 1 Vi parking 
qMces to "O" on «te parking spaces instead of IVi 
^larking t^cts as required for a single family dwelling 
on Lot 7B, Block I, Rnubdivision of Lot 7, Block I, 
Se^on 2 and Adjacent Lands, New Virginia Bach and 
I^vd 2, Plat of Property of Rollman Corporation, 
West of 63rd Street, 220 63rd Street. Lyrnihavm 
Borou^. 

9. Dr. and Mrs. John Knispd r^iuest a variance of 10 
feet to a 10 foot side yvd setback (north propoly Une) 
iiMead of 20 f^ as required on Lot 3, S^tim 2, 
Unkhc^ Cove, South Alanton Drive. Lynnhaven 
Bmomh. 

10. Ledk B. and Effie J. GcKt request a variuice of 2 
ptfki^ spMes to 9 parking %\imoa instnd of 1 1 puth^ 
^nes as required ami to dkw a perim^er driveway 
ud parkiiv in the required 10 foot setback from tiK 
north property line where prohibited when a 
^Hnmerdal distrfct (B-1) adjoim a i^idential distria 



and to waive the requiral landscaping and screening 
from both the north and south property lines on Parcel 
#1, Property of John James located at London Bridge, 
OldCfreat Neck Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

1 1 . Theresa Lyle Pope requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the iiMrest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 2, Block A, 
Section I, Part C, The Lakes, 3260 Sugar Creek Drive. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

12. Robert F. and Patricia A. Joseph request a 
variance to allow parking of major recreational 
equipment in front of a building instead of behind the 
nearest portion of a building adjacoit to a public street 
on Lot 32, Section 1, Pembroke Meadows, 621 Cardiff 
Road. Bayside Borough. 

13. John Woodard, Jr. requests a variance of 12 feet to 
a 38 foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as 
required on Lot 27, Section 2, Haygood Point, de 
laFayette. Bayside Borough. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: * 

1. City of Virginia Beach, Department of General 
Services, by Reeves E. Johnson, requests a variance of 
16 parking spaces to "O" parking spaces instead of 16 
parking spaces as required (museum and art gallery) on 
Closed Portion of 24th Street between Squares 23 and 
25, Plat prepared by Norfolk and Virginia Beach 
Railroad Improvement Co., 24th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

2. Hubert L. Dail requests a variance of 7.5 feet to a 
2.5 foot side yard (north side) and rear yard setback of 
10 feet each as required (accessory building) on Lot 69, 
Section S-C, Kings Grant, 608 Downing Crescent. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Ernest W. and Barbara B. Newnuui request a 
variance to allow parking of major recreational 
equipment in front of a building instead of behind the 
nearest portion of a building adjacent to a public street 
on Site A, -Lot 62, Block G, Section 4, Brandon, 5632 
Brandon Boulevard. Kempsville Borough. 



Airappficahts must appear before the boards 



W.L. Towers 
Secretary 

SUN 2/28, 3/7 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



The r^ular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers Of the 
Administration Builcfing, City HaU, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday March 19, 
1979, at ,1:00 p.m., at which time the following 
applications will be heard: 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

I. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in regard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for James W. 
Hall. Property located at the Northeast intersection of 
Lauderdale Avenue and Bayview Avenue. Plats with 
more djbtailed informatton are available in the 
Departnient of Planning. / 

BLACKWATER BOROUGH: 



Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in r^ard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for John W. 
Siebert. Property located on the North side of 
Hungarian Road, 5280 feet West of Blackwater Road. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of John D. Holland, 
Jr., and Rita H. Joyner for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-6 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the East «de of Witchdudi Road banning 
at a point 397.68 feet South of Erskine Street, running a 
distance of 82.2 feet along the East side of Witchduck 
Road, running a distai^ of 150 feet along the Sooitheit 
property line, running a distance of 80.72 feet along the 
Eastern property line uid running a cUstanoe of 155 feet 
along the Northern property line. Said pared contains 
.285 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of John E. Sirine Ad., 
for a Change of 2^ning I^rtet Ck^ficttiim fnmi O-l 
Office District to B-3 C^tnd-ftisiMn District on 
certain pr(H)aty loeMed on the South skie of Bonney 
Road boning at a pcrint 890 fiect awre ot tess West of 
BeiKlix Road, running a di^mce of 178.20 feA akmg 
the South sde of Bonney R<Md, nmniiv a di^ance of 25 
feet m a Southeasterly dbvction, r^mt^ a (U^aiwe of 
342.66 feet in a Soothwe^ttly iHrectiM, running a 
distance of 891 .06 feet i^ob% the SoMton property line 
(NtNth sick of Virpnn Bmdi-I«k8felk Expressway, 
runni^ a dteuee of 408.71 fe» ta a NorthweMwly 
(UrMtkm, running a difianee (rf 330.28 fei« in a 
Southwesterly direction, and rumliv a diMamx of 




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iPWPIPIPi^i^ 



JND WKDNESDAY. MARCH 7. 1»7» 



4 INrfM* Hrn^ Pkmc Notice cont'ii 




1.39 Irct ii a NortHwesttrly direction. Said parcel 
t odntains 4.466 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 



* 



I i^MPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



JUsdutiQn of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 

^t<i| aipend the conditions of a Conditional Use Pennit 

f panted to E.V. Williams Co., Inc.^ff June 5, 1978, for 

^ bACKw pit on property located on the South side of 

j^idteo River Road beginning at a point 1259.32 feet 

^. V^ of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 494. 1 1 

vrlUlJitaQg the South side of Indian River Road, running 

a dtoance of 297.28 feet in a Southerly direction, 

^niODtng a distance of 600 feet in a Northwesterly 

I diicction, running a distance of 629.40 feet in a 

Sflutherly direction, running a distance of S48.70 feet in 

a Westerly direc^on, running a distance of 165.30 feet 

iilll Southerly direction, running a distance of 3S5.I0 

^'Hii in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 

fc«t in a Southerly direction, running a distance 

Tjjjll fett in a Westerly direction, running a 

of 480.24 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 

^>i(l|g « distance of 195.92 feet in a Northerly 

^mMbn, running a distance of 597.60 feet in a 

f petterly ^ireaion, running a distance of 1791 .45 feet in 

f |( Southwesto'ly direction, running a distance of 2820.52 

. feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 

1014.21 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 

]4k»iHlfx of 391.38 feet In a Northwesterly direction, 

fi^OaiRg a distance of 1019.04 feet in a Northeasterly 

(jHr|Won, runi>ing a distance of 224.94 feet in a 

terly (Erection, running a distance of 1874.75 

ifil a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 

ttl.41 feet in a Northwesterly direction and running a 

distance of 4^9.37 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said 

parcel contains 185.272 acres. KEMPSVILLE 

JPPROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 





Aa:Ordinance upon Application of Salzberg Properties, 

1^.. for a Conditional Use Permit for an automobile 
'. station (self-service) on certain property located 
Northwest intersection of Lynnhaven Parkway 
.ttic||. South Lynnhaven Road (Relocated), running a 

iftiNHce of 147.24 feet along the West side of South 
;ligdl^ven Road (Relocated), running a distance of 

3l8i.il feet along the Northern property line, running a 
Ijifistance of 128.96 feet along the Western property line, 

ryniring a distance of 147.24 feet along the North side of 
.lynnhaven Parkway, and running around a curve a 

distance of 20 feet. Said parcel contains 20,000 square 

feet. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

VlkoiNlABEACHBOROUOHr"-*- ^^ —• ^-- 



^1^ Ordinance upon Application of Nicholas Christie 
and J^hii Hadjikakos for a Conditional Use Permit for 
t Mcyde rental on certain property located on the East 

^ IMt of Atlantic Avmue beginning 50 feet North of 27th 
Street oa property of the Idlewhyle Motel. Said parcel 
contains 15,000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Norman D. Fussell 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a recreational facility 
Of an outdoor nature (putt-putt golf course) on certain 
property located on the South side of 17th Street 
beaming at a point 100 feet West of Atlantic Avenue, 
fanning a distance of 75 feet along the South side of 
17th Street, running a dbtance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 75 feet 
along the Southern property line and running a distance 
of 140 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains .241 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 
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Flats wUh more detailed information are available in the 
Di^wrtment of Planning. 

Ruth H. Smith 
CilyQerk 



SUN 2/28, 3/7 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

^The Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
'^vkiic Hearing on Tuesday, March 13, 1979, at 12:00 
;IKxm in the Council Chambo's of the Administration 
ijlliitog. Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
JWrfiwa- Planning Commission action is not a final 

^termination of the application, but only a 
jNcM|HMfidati<Ni to the City Council as the viewpoint of 
■jdte Manni^ Cmnmission. Final determination of the 

^^liQKtion is to be made by City Council at a later date, 
^rifaM' pttMic notice in a newspaper having general 
' gtcijation within the city. The following applications 
iWlMlllpili on the agmda: 
■ .A 

IRED BACK TO THE PLANNING 
«JI«HISSION BY CITY COUNCIL ON JANUARY 




linance upon Application of Greenco 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
faciiky of an outdoor nature (amusement 
om unun pr(H>erty located on the East side of 
Atlamic Avenue banning at the Southern boundary of 
list Street, runoiag a iiauuux of 60 feet along the East 
' Atkotic Avenue, nuuiwg a distance of 150 feet 
; tfic Northern property line, running a distance of 
along the Eastern property line and running a 
of 150 feet aJor^ ti» Southern property line. 
iSlN pared contains .2 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH 
idlOVGH. 



INFERRED 60 DAYS BY THE PLANNING 
COMMISSIONON JANUARY 9, 1979: 

2. ■ . 

Afi Ordnance upon Application of John E. and June C. 
Green for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-6 Residential District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on certain property located on the East 
side of Kempsville Road beginning at a point 400 feet 
South of Indian River Road, running a distance of 200 
feet along the East side of Kempsville Road, running a 
distance of 500 feet along the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 200 feel along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 500 feet along 
the Northern property line. Said paLccI contains 2.117 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Eric C. and Patricia 
F. Smith for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-5 Rnidential District to 0-1 Office District on 
certain property located on the South side of Larry 
Avenue beginning at a point 100 feet morie or less East 
of Newtown Road, running a distance of 90.07 feet 
lUong the South side of Larry Avenue, running a 
distance of 135.36 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 101.16 feet along the Southern 
proftrty line and running a distance of 133.24 feet 
iLliMAf tim WMtern property line. Said parcel contains 
.24 acre, BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Virginia Dennis 
McGee for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-6 Residential District to R-8 Residential District 
on certain property located on the West side of Lynn 
Shores Drive beginning at a point 241.7 feet South of 
LampI Avenue, running a distance of 80.50 feet along 
the West side of Lynn Shores Drive, running a distance 
of 216.81 feet along the Southern property line, running 
a distance of 80 feet along the Western property line and 
running a distance of 222.08 feet along the Northern 
property line. Said parcel contains .42 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

5. 

An Ordinanw upon Application of the City of Virginia 
Beach for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from B-2 Community-Business District to A-1 
Apartment District on certain property located 350 feet 
South of Virginia Beach Boulevard, beginning at a point , 
1290 feet more or less East of Groveland Road, runniiig 
a distance of 971.51 feet along the Western property 
line, runiung a distance of 690 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 50 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 280 feet 
in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 50 feet 
more or less in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 246.60 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 230.98 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running around a curve in a Northeasterly 
direction a distance of 138. 13 feet, running a distance of 
Jfp6.78 ffiet in. j»i Northwesterly rdinotian, 'rmuiiaft.* 
distance of 320.52 feet along the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 84.60 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction and running a distance of 170.26 feet in a 
Northwcstifiy direction. Said parcel is a portion of Rose 
Hall and contains 13.6 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



An Ckdinance upon Application of Robert H. Venner 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a duplex on certain 
property located on the North side of 12th Street 
beginning at a point 125 feet West of Cypress Avenue, 
running a distance of 50 feet along the North side of 
12th Street, running a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 50 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 140leet ak>ng the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY THE PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON JANUARY 18, 1979: 

7. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance by adding Article 16, Coastline Management 
Ordinance. This has been referred to in the past as a 
|N-oposed "Dune Protection" Ordinance. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Stephen C. Baugh 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from H-2 
Resort Hotri District to A-2 Apartment District on 
certain property, located on the East side of Holly Road 
bq^nihing at a point 615 feet North of Linkhorn Drive, 
running a distance of 271.50 feet along the East side of 
Holly Road, running a distance of 89.57 feet in an 
Easterly direction, running a distance of 154.97 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 407.63 
feet along the Northern property line, running a 
distant^ of 376^50 feet along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 604.47 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said parcel contains 4.91 acres. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 



An Orduuuice ihmmi Application of Stephen C. Baugh 
for a Cban^ of 2^ing District Classification from R-6 
Residential District to A-2 AiMrtment District cm 
certain property located on the East side of Holly Road 
beginning at a point 510 feet more or less North of 
Linkhorn Drive, running a distan(% of 105 feet atong the 
E«t side of HoUy RtMd, running a distance of 150 feet 
along the Northwn property line, running a distance of 
105 fMt ^long the Eastern property line and running 150 
fiMt along the Southern property line. Said imrcel 
contains .Macre. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 



10. 



An Ordinance upon Appliottion of Samuel I. White for 
a Change of Zoning District Classification from A-1 
Apartment District to B-4 Resort-Commercial District 
on certain property located a( the Southeast intersection 
of 28th Street and Arctic Avenue, running a distance of 
350 feet along the South side of 28th Street, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 350 feet al<Mig the Southern 
IMToperty line and running a distance of 140 feet along 
the East side of Arctic Avenue. Said parcel contains 
1.12 acres. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

11. 

An Ordinance upon Application of I>aniel and Lucy 
Cristofano for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-1 Residential District to R-3 
Residential District on certain property located at the 
Southeast intersection of North Witchduck Road and 
Richardson Road, running a distance of 803.45 feet 
along the South side of Richardson Road, running a 
distance of 48.04 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 780.01 feet in a Southerly 
direction, running a distance of 692.15 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 1402 feet 
more or less in a Northwesteriy direction and running a 
distance of 698.45 feet along the East side of North 
Witchduck Road. Said parcel contains 30.2 acres. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

12. 

An Ordinance upon Application of John L. Wood, . 
Olive Estelle Wood, Larry A. Reynolds and G. Sharon 
Reynolds for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-4 Residential District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on certain property located at the 
Southeast intersection of Kempsville Road and 
Bonnydale Road, running a distance of 210 feet along 
the East side of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 
420' feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 115 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a disunce of 176.35 feet in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 190.2 feet in a Northerly 
direction and running a distance of 180 feet along the 
South side of Bonnydale Road. Said parcel contains 
1.76 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

13. 

An Ordinance upon Application of K.G. 
Christopoulos for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-3 Residential District to R-5 
Residential District on certain property located on the 
North side of Horse Shoe Bend beginning at a point 320 
feet East of Jackfrost Road, running a distance of 1 15 
feet along the North side of Horse Shoe Bend, running a 
distance of 377.22 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 350 feet in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 85 feet in a Westerly 
direction, running a disunce of 330 feet in a 
Southwesteriy direction, running a distance of 195 feet 
in a Southeriy direction and running a distance of 120 
feet in a Southeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 3 
•ere. mof^ar law. BAy^ BORqi^fj^^. - _„ ^,„;, ^^,,, . 



Virginia Beach Boulevard beginning at a point 238.37 
feet West of Rosetqont Road, running a distance of 
225.09 feel along ihe South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance of 123.29 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 204.49 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
140 feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 
. 11.66 feet in an Easterly direction and running a 
distance of 27.48 feet in a Northerly direction. Said 
parcel contains .96 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

19. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Thomas L. Harp, 
t/a The Golden Harp, for a Conditional Use Permit for 
antique and gift sales and furniture refinishing on 
certain property located on the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard beginning at a point 150 feet West of 
Mediterranean Avenue, running a distance of 50 feet 
along the South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 140 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 50 feet along the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 140 
feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

20. 

Application of the City of Virginia Beach, Department 
of Public Utilities, for the discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of a portion of Barberton Drive, running 
a distance of 58.51 feet along the South side of Laskin 
Road, running a distance of 660.29 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 198.75 feet 
in a Northwesterly direction and running a distance of 
456.71 feet along the Western property line. Said parcel 
contains .606 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

21. 

Application of Albert N. and Vivian V. Henley, Elwood 
and Verna M. Grant, Elwood Waterfield, Sr., and 
Loyalty Co., Inc., for the discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of Second Street, River Street, and a 
portion of First Street as shown on a plat of Norfolk 
Southern Railroad Co., in Map Book 36, Page 13 with 
respect to a plat dated May 1, 1954, showing property of 
Elwood M. Grant and Elwood Waterfield, Sr., located 
at Munden Point and being recorded in Map Book 36, 
Page 22 in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

22. 

Application of Jack Weller for the discontinuance, 
closure and abondonment of a portion of Vista Circle 
beginning at a point 237.25 feet South of Shore Drive, 
running a distance of 59.70 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 98.18 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction and running a distance of 77.51 
feet in a Westerly direction. Said parcel contains 1351 
square feet. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



23. 



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CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 



14. 



An Ordinance upon Application of K.G. Christopoulos 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a home for adults on 
certain property located on the North side of Horse 
Shoe Bend beginning at a point 320 feet East of 
Jackfrost Road, running a distance of 1 15 feet along the 
North side of Horse Shoe Bend, running a distance of 
377.22 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 350 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 85 feet in a Westerly direction, 
running a distance of 330 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 195 feet in a Southerly 
direction and running a distance of 120 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 3 acres 
more or less. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

15. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Norman D. Fussell 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a recreational facility 
of an outdoor nature (putt-putt golf course) on certain 
property located on the South side of 17th Street 
beginning at a point 100 feet West of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a distance of 75 feet along the South side of 
17th Street, running a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 75 feet 
along the Southern property line and running a distance 
of 140 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains .241 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

16. 

An Ordinance upon Applioition of Helen L. Foos for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a 24' x 8' billboard on 
certain property located on the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard beginning at a point 1433 feet West of 
Kentucky Avenue, running a distance of 69.8 feet along 
the South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a 
disunce of 200 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 69.8 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a dlMuice of 200 feet along 
the Eastern prop^y line. Said parcel contains .32 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

17. 

An (^^nuice upon Application of The Upper Room 
Church on Hie Rock, Church of God in Christ, for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a church on certain 
property located on the East side of Rudder Road 
beginning at a point 733.5 feet North of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance of 250 feet along the East 
side of Ruddo' Road^ running a distance of 132 feet 
along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
250 feet along the Eastern property Ime and running a 
distance of 132 f«t along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains .757 acre. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

18. 

An OrdinaiiM upon Application of National Pride 
&]uipment. Inc., for a Conditional Use Pomit for a car 
wash on certain property locate on the South sicte of 



Application of BookerT. andXcnwra'"Sniiili for the 
discontinuance, closure and abandonment of a portion 
of'Thompkins Lane beginning at a point 227.95 feet 
West of Whitehurst Landing Road, running a distance 
of 32.37 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance 
fo 139.21 feet in a Southwesteriy direction, running a 
distance of 29.37 feet in a Southerly direction and 
running a distance of 186.17 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction. Said parcel contains .11 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

24. 

Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 

to amend and reordain Article 7, Section 711 of the 

Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to use 

regulations in the H-2 Resort Hotel District. More 

detailed information is available in the Department of 

Planning. 

25. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 2, Section 
229 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to home occupations. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

26. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 4, Section 
401 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to home occupations in the AG-1 Agricultural District. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

27. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Section 8.3 of the 
Subdivision Ordinance relating to subdivision variance 
fees. More detailed information is available in the~ 
Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information on the above 
applications are available in the Department of- 
Planning. 

All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 
Director of Planning 

SUN 2/28, 3/7 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



The r^ular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall, Prin<^s Anne 
Station, Virginia B^Kh. Virginia on Monday March 26, 



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AKCH 7. 1979 



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Virginia Beach Public NoUcm cont'd 



1979, at 5:30 p.m., at which thne the foUotfJiu 
apphcations will be heard: 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 
PUNGO BOROUGH: 

I. ■ . 

SaMivUioH Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Adimnmration Officers In regard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance. Subdivision for Bruce B. 
Gallup and Franic T. Williams. Property located on the 
North side of Nawney Creek Road. 1529.33 feet East of 
Nawney Creek Bridge. Plats with more detailed 
mformation are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 



Vir^nia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 

RE: ESTATE OF 
WAYNEI.GRUNDEN. 
Decoued 



Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 

RE: ESTATE OF 
HARVEY R.COOLEY. 

Deceased 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor- 
Holland Co.. for a Chaage of Zoalag Diitrlet 
Clanlfficatioii from R-6 Residential District to A- 1 
Apartment District on certain property located 960 feet 
West of the intersection of Holland Road and 
Stoneshore Road, running a distance of 205 feet along 
the Northern property line, running a distance of 550 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 205 feet along the Southern property Une and running 
a distance of 550 feet along the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.6 acres more or less. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor- 
Holland Co., for a Change of Zoning DMrlct 
Ctaniflcatlon from A-1 Apartment District to PD-H 
Planned Development-Housing District on cettain 
property located at the Northwest intersection <rf 
Holland Road and Stoneshore Road, running a distance 
of 790 feet along the West side of Holland Road, 
-running a distance of 950 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 790 feet along the 
Western property line and running a distance of 950 feet 
along the Southern property line. Said parcel contains 
17.2 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

4. 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor- 
Holland Co., for a Change of Zoning DMrict 
ClisaificatioB from R-6 Residential District to PD-H 
Planned Development-Housing IMstrict on certain 
property located on the West side of H<rfland Road at 
the Southwest intersection witt SUmc^mwc Road, 
running a distance of 80 feet along the West side of 
Holland Road, running a distance of 9S0 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 620 fMt 
in a Northwefieriy direction, running a distance of 80 
feet in a Nomlmat^y direction, ruwiii^ a di^ice of 
325 feet in a Northwesterly direction, nmninga^tance 
X)f 870 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 80 feet along the West side of Holland Road, 
running a distance of 870 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction, numing a distance of 1150 feet hi a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 2770 feet 
along 4he Western property line, running a distance of 
840 feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distaiKe 
of 430 feet in an EastCTly direction, running a distance 
of 270 feet in a Southerly direction, running a dittance 
of 2019 feet in a Northeasto-ly direction, runnhig a 
distance of 550 fe^ in a Northwesterly diirectifm and 
running a distance of 1155 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction. Said parcel contains 115.5 aoes. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 



ORDER 

It appearing that a 
rqwri of the accounts of 
First and Merchants 
National Bank, Norfolk, 
Virginia. Personal 
Represenative of the 
Estate of Wayne I. 
Grunden. deceased, and 
of the debts and demands 
against his Esute has been 
rUed in the Clerk's Office 
of this Court, and that six 
HKNiths have dasped since 
the qualification, on 
motion of the Perscmal 
Representative; 

IT IS ORDERED that 
the creditors of, and all 
others interested in, the 
Estate do show cause, if 
any they can, on the 16th 
day of March, 1979, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., 
before this Court at its 
courtroom, against the 
payment and delivery of 
the Estate of Wayne I. 
Grunden, deceased, to the 
Legatees without 
requiring refunding 
boiids. 

IT IS FURTHER 
ORDERED that the 
foregcnng portion of this 
ORDER be published 
once a week for two 
successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newq>aper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia. 

ACopyTwte: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Joy A Johansen 

t)q>uty Clerk 

I ask for this: 
Thomas A. Connor 
AnsellA Connor 
4336 Virginia Beach 

Boulevard 
Virginia Beach, Vwginra ' 

2# _„__ 

3/7,3/14 



ORDER 

It appearing that a 
r(3)ort of the aeccmnts of 
United Virginia 

Bank/Seiiboard Natioml. 
Norfolk, Virginia, 
Executor of the Esute of 
Harvey R. Cooley, 
deceased, and of the deMs 
and doiunds against his 
Estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and that six 
months have clasped since 
the qualification, on 
motion of the Executw; 

IT IS ORDERED that 
the cieditors of, and all 
others interested in, the 
Estate do show cause. If 
any they can. on the 16th 
day of March, 1979, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., 
before this Court at its 
courtroom, against the 
paynmit and deliver^ of 
the Estate of Harvey R. 
Cooler, deceased, to the 
Legatees without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER 
ORDERED that the 
foregoing portion of this 
ORDER be published 
once a week for two 
successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having geiieral 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

ACopyT^ste: 

John V. Fentress 

Oerk 

By:JoyaJohiansen 

Deputy Clerk 

laskfwthis: 
Thomas A. Connor 
Ansell A Connor 
4336 Virginia Beach 

Boulevard 
Virgiida Beach, Vir^nu| 



3/7,3/14" 



ROAM (from page 1) I ^rr- 

Ferrrt and Clarence A. Holland. 

Council voted unanimously to delete South 
Boulevard from the plan. 

Hanbury said that sometime In the future, 
somebody will have to determine whether there Is a need 
for anotho- east-west arterial. "If nothing is done now, 
it can never be resolved by future councils. 

"Devdopers have been r«iuired to dedicate almost 90 
percftit of the right of way," he said, "and 27.5 percent 
of the road has actually been built by developers. By the 
year 2000.1 am sure that residents of this city will need to 
have an additional east-wat arterial." 

He asked that flexibility be left for future councils. 
He pointed out that one of the beach's big problems Is 
the turnover of residents ~ 20 to 30 percent a year. 
Future residents may want the road. He also asked that 
flexibility be provided for South Boulevard, which the 
city hoped to improve to provide an additioiuU access to 
Mount Trashmore. 

Merrick said Jack Hodge, regional engineer for the 
Sute Highway Departnwnt. said to "forget It." Hodge 
said, Merrick said, that the city will never get bridges 
acrott the Mst and west branches of the Lynnhpen of 
environmental requironents. He said the bridge which 
had to be constructed over the Albemarle and 
Oiesapeake Canal as part of the Battlefield Boulevard 
Bypass in Great Bridge, was $300,000 to $500,000 more 
because of environmental requirements. 

Whatever future generations of Virginia Beach 
residents may want, most presoit residents in the areas 
of the proposed highways don't want the road 
improvements. 

Russ Dickens, representing the United Citizens 
Against the Parkway, said that "looking back 17 years 
ago, we are the future generation and our houses are in 
the way." 

Residents opposed the road because It would divide 
their communities in half and would change the 
neighborhood. Dickens said the residents wanted 
secluded neighborhoods, away from the traffic, and 
said the multimillion dollar project without federal or 
state funds would be a financial drain on the citizens. 
He also cited the traffic hazards. 

Councilman Holland said that "for people to keep 
their own isolated neighborhood Is not what we're 
talking about. There will be times when we're going to 
want access." The item has been on the drawing board 
for 17 years, he said, adding that the road does go 
"somewhere" contrary to remarks that the road is 
"from nowhere to nowhere." 

Standing said he was concerned about the "quality of 
life." He said the corridor will have a major effect on 
land use decisions in the future. He said he was against 
disrupting the neighborhood but in favor of reulning 
the right of way. 

Dr. McCoy said, "We have two groups of people who 
want roads taken away. We can use the money 
(elsewhere)... If we were going to build the road, we 
should have done it a long time ago. " 

If the acquired right of way is declared excess, the city 

may or may not be required to vacate the land. Exactly 

.what.tlie,.oty'« paMtioa>4S is 4io(Melear^«itd eoaHcil is 

waiting form of^iion from Bimsoft. ' ' ' '" ^'' 

Payne was also concerned about retaining^ the right of 



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CONDinONAL USE PERMIT: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Rock Churdi for a 
Condltfonal Use Pemit for a girl's home on colaln 
property located at the Southeast intCTWcticm of 
Kempsville Road and Milburne Drive, running a 
distance of 145 feet along the South ade of MiBRinw 
Drive, running a distance of 100 feet al<mg the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 145 feet akmi the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 100 
feet along the East side of Kempsville Road. Said parcel 
contains ,33 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



Virginia: In the Grcuh 
Court of the City of 
Vkginia Beach, on the 
28th day of February, 
1979. 

Re: Estate of Miriam 
Baird Simi^on, Deceased 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 



LYNNIUVEN BOROUGH: 



An (h-dinance upon Application of Creative Ois|riays, 
Inc. for a Condldrnwl Ute ^mNl tot ui outdo(M- 
advertising signbMrd on certain property located U the 
Northeast intersection of Bonney Road and Hippy 
Stredi, running a distance of 1254.03 feet along the 
North side of Bonney Road, running a distande of 1250 
feet more or less along the Northern property line ami 
runni^ a distance of 233.41 feet akmg the East side of 
Hi^y Street. Parcel contains 1.9 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



AMIIndMENT: 



Motion of the Ptamung Commission of the City of 
Vir^nia BaK:h to anMNid uid reoR^ A^^ 10» 
Section Wm of the ComiMehmsive Zoning C^dlnanw 
pertaining to yani r«)uirements in the 1-1 U^ 
Industrial District. More detailed information is 
available in tte Dqwtment of Hiuitii^. 

Plats with ^we dialled inforautimi ve aval^^ hi tte 
D^Mtnmit of Planning. 

3/7 J/14 



It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
THOMAS C. BROYLES, 
Executor of the estate of 
MIRIAM BAIRD 
SIMPSON. Decewed and 
of the debto and demands 
againft hn estMe lus been 
filed in the Oerk's Office 
of the Circuit 0)urt of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Vfaiinia, and that six (6) 
months have elai^ed since 
the qualification, on 
mcHlon of Thomas C. 
^oylet. Executor, it is 
ORDERED that the 
creditors of, and all others 
intoeitedJn, the estate do 
show cause, if any they 
can. (HI the 30th day of 
March, 1979, before this 
Court, against the 
payment and delivery of 
the Estate of Miriam 
Bdrd Simpson, D^eased. 
to the I^MS, without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

Acf^T^e: 

J(Min.V. Fottvis 

Oerk 

loi A. Jobama 

Deputy Cleric 

I ASK FOR THIS: 
TlimHttC.lbos^ 
3Stb Street AlHKHfk Ave. 
VJil^i^Beadi,Va. 23451 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, (»i 
the 1st day of March, 
1979. 

Charles Anthony 

Harkness, Plaimiff, 

against 

Becky Ann White 

Harkness, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of wilfull 
desertion and 

abandonment without 
cause <M-ju^riatti<m. 

And an affidavit having 
been mule and fited that 
the defendant is ikm a 
resid«it of the ^te of 
Virginia, the last known 
PMt office address b^ 
either: 512 N.W, 25th St., 
Apt. 6. Ft. Undei^ide, 
FL 33313 or c/o Mrs. 
Janice Petros. Rt. 4, 
Waynesburg. PA 17268. 

It B wdered that Becky 
Ann White Harknoi do 
^Hxar on or befw« the 
20th of April. 1979, and 
do what RH^ be ne(»»ary 
to prottct hw interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Tnte: 

John V. Fentress, Oerk 



regulaiions pursuant to Sections 
29-123. 29-126 and 29-127 of the 
Code or Virginia, to become 
enfc(iVeAprill,l979. 

CHAPTER I. In General 
Rl-ll. No agent, or any other 
person for him. in possession of 
issued Of unissued hunting, 
fishing or trapping licenses, 
permits or stamps or records 
penaining thereto, shall refuse to 
surrender upon demand such 
licenses, permits, stamps or 
records to Commission 
representatives authorized by the 
Ewcutive Director to take such 
licenses, permits, stamps and 
records into custody. 

CC»4MiSSION OF GAME 

AND INLAND FISHERIES 

Dr. James R. Knight. Jr., 

Chairman 

3/7 



In the Cleric's Office of the 
Orcuh Cowt of dw Cky of 
Vir^nia Beach, on the 22nd day 
of Fflbnnry, 1979. 

Harold WUte, Plaintiff, 
I Eva Jane Wheeler White, 
Defendant. 

ORDER CH' 
nJBLICATiON 
The object of tUi sidt it to 
oMaln a divor^ a vincaio 
natrimonii from the said 
(Mmttant, upon the grounds of 
taputtion for more than one 



NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 
Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of Virginia Beach will be 
held in the Council Chambers of 
the Administration Building, 
City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia 
on Monday March 26, 1979, at 
3:30 P.M., at which time the 
following application will be 
heard: 
I. 

Motion of the Planning 
Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend the 
Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance by adding Article 16, 
Coastline Management 
Ordinance. This has been 
referred to in the past as a 
proposed "Dune Protection" 
Ordinance. More detailed 
information is available in the 
D^Nirtment of Planning. 
3/7.3/14 



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IWTICETO 
THE PUBLIC 

The Co^is^m of Gmm Md 
InhMid FMwrict « i mmeAf^ 
held in Rkhmo^. Vn^n, on 
*nwy 12. 1979, adopted the 
followlffg amended or mw 



Aad an affkhivh having been 
•nd filed that the 
Mndant it MM a fCtMcnt of the 
State (tf Vic^iija, dM hm kiwm 
pes office adcbest bdng Route 
<^. Browattown, Indiana 
47230, it it ofdettd tiist Eva Jane 
WMricr WMtt do ivpcar o« or 
before the IM of kf^ 1979. 
and do what nay be nocaiary to 
praMt her iMrctt in thte suit. 

Acopy^Tcatt: 

J^w V. Fenbess, Chric 

J(^ A. Johansen 

Deputy CJerIc 

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way, possibly for mass transit. He wanted to know 
whether the city would lose control of the right of way. 

Baum said that the problem was that council was 
apparently trying to do what is popular. What we're 
about to do is throw away an option. It's careless use of 
valuable public access." 

McCoy said, "We're talking about a number of civic 
leagues and thousands and thousands of people." 

Baum persisted that it was "premature to throw away 
what we have." The energy situation in future years will 
force everybody's life style to change, he added. 

Ferrell was concerned that the area wa$ left with one 
entrance and exit - Little Neck Road. 

The one thing which would have made the road 
useful, said Ervin, was Holly Road serving as a north- 
south spur. The city, however, does not have Holly 
Road anymore, he said. 

Holland offered an amendment, that if the vote for 
deletion carried, engineering work being done on 
Witchduck Raod be halted and shifted to Haygood and 
Newtown Roads. The amendment failed to get a 
second. 

Mrs. Oberndorf said that thp people affected have 
been living "with the sword of Damocles dangling over 
their heads. A lot of pieces of property are right in the 
middle and these people can't do anything." 

Baum asked that the city attorney's office study legal 
effects of the action and report back to council "in 
print." 

Joe Mahar submitted a petition with the names of 
1500 persons opposing South Boulevard development. 

The residents want to keep the road for joggers, 
hikers, and bikeriders, and not as a through street of 
two or four lanes. 

The Rev. S.L. Scott Jr., pastor of the Union Baptist 
Church, said the construction of the road would 
threaten the future of his church which is the oldest 
black church in the city, having been established in 
1862. 

Edwin Lindsley Jr., speaking for his brother, said 
that although his brother had originally supported the 
road, he now concurred with the wishes of the people. 

William P. St. Lawrence, general manager of Fine 
and Salzburg, said that his firm needed the road for 
access to two parcels of land of 15 and 10 acres. He said 
that his firm would be satisfied with a two-lane road 
ending in a cul de sac. - __„:. 

Baum pointed out, "1 don't think we're obligated to 
provide access for anybody . " ^ 

St. Lawrence asked what happened to the present 
right of way if the road was removed from the plan . 

Hanbury said that removal from the plan does not 
remove the road. , 

"Theoretically," St. Lawrence said, "we can acquire 
the right of way and build the street." 

Hanbury agreed but said that the private developer 
would not have the power of condemnation . 



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witli property to rent. 

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FOR JOHN M.GLY.SR. 

' - the flowers, cards, food, 
cars - the sincere 
consideration shown 
during our recent 
bereyement, we thanic you 
- from the bottom of our 
hearts. Betty, John. Tom, 
Nancy, Joyce and Evelyn. 
2-3-7 

JOYCE STAR, now doing 
horoscopes for the general 
public. Classes forming 
soon, please call for 
information, 497-2891 . 

2-tf 

LEARN TO FLY - Cessna 
150 $14 hour solo/22 
dual, Cessna 172 $19, 
Cardinal RG $29, Citabria 
$18, Multiengine and 
Insrument instruction. 
Available South Norfolk 
Airport. 547-2386. 2-3-7 

REDUCE safe and fast 
with GoBese Tablets and 
E-Vap "water pills" 
GREAT BRIDGE 
PHARMACY. 2-3-7 

KARATE MEMBER- 

SHIP-Sacrifice. Must sell 
due to illness in fainily. 
You can pick this up 
CHEAP. Please call. 625- 
1232 2-3-7 

LEARN TO PAINT 
CHINA - enjoyable and 
rewarding, Virginia Fuller 
teacher, beginners, 
intermediate, advanced 
instructions, for 
information call 464-4961 . 
2-tf 

OIL PAINTING 

REPRODUCTIONS, I 

will reproduce any photo 
, into .oil painting. 42J- 
7544. 2.tf" 



UN-SKRU is an amazing 
new under cabinet liftetime 
jar opener. Opens all size 
stubborn lids with ease. 
No cook should be 
without one. Great for 
arthritis victims. Only 
$4.95. Guanateed. Larry 
DeBrew, 411 Webb St., 
Suffolk, Va. 23434 2 

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tiRED OF CLOWNING 
AROUND? Try hiring 
"Wonder Woman" for 
your parties! Children 
love it! Reasonable rates. 
489-7447. 2-tf 

LEIGH PHOTO. 

GRAPHIC SERVICE 

Weldings and Groups our 
specialty. Albums and 
charge plans available. 
Write P.O. Box 15007, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320, 
482-1312. 2-tf 

ITALIC handwritten 
resumes, letters, 
invitations any 

description. Reasoitable 
rates. Call Diana 460-0789 
or 461-51 15. 2-3-21 



■UICE . 1976. Park 
Lane. 225 Limited. 
Company Executive 
automobile with 50.000 
fflilM. FuDy loaded, tn 
above avnage condition. 
Newly painted Silver. 
Maroon crushed velvet 
interior. Extensive list of 
options. Contact Jim 
Gasser 340-2477 between 
I:30«nd5. 6-3-28 

1% OlOS-CUTLESS 
SUPBEME ■ Air 

conditioned, Automatic 
transmission, Power 
steering and brakes. 
AM/FM radio, good 
condition, good tires, new 
battery-MUST SELL. 
853-7643 or 853-3828. 

6-3-28 

BATTLEFIELD MOT- 

OBS 499 N. BatUefleld 
Blvd. now SCTving Great 
Bridge featuring 

transportation specials - 
your second car 
Headquarters - Grand 
Opening DISCOUNTS. 
547-7800. 6-3-28 



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22321 2-3-14 

DEVELOP your full 
potential. For information 
call Jim Bell 588-9519 

2,3/14/79 

CHILDREN'S clothes- 

lightly worn. Monday- 
Friday 10-4 Saturday 10-1 
Consignments accepted 
Monday only. SAND 
BUCKET 3006 Artie Ave. 
Virginia Beach 2-3-14 



FORD 1976 CUSTOM 
500, Vinyl top, air 
condittooodi power 
stceHnF,"cndw contfCtf - 
good tires. Excellent 
Condition. Priced Rightl 
420-4631. 6-3-28 



1972 MERCURY 

MABQUIS BROUGHAM 

1 owner. Load with 

equipment. This one is a 

real buyat $1695, 461-5104 

6-3-14 

CORVETTE - 1975 

Excellent condition. T 
top. Air, all power. Low 
mileage. Brown with all 
leather interior. A real 
kno§k^pi«i^^J|00. 499- 
5342. 6-3-21 

CABS -1975 Dodge Dart - 
air conditioned. #6 
inspection, sticko-. %ltOO. 
"AnAihtkJ 1974L^!For^; 
Maverick 3 speed. A/C #3 
inspection sticker. $1550. 
Evenings. 464-6357. 6 



1973 FORD E 200 VAN- 

carpeted. Ice-b(»c, and siidu 
302 straight shift. Radial 
tires, $2150. Days 547-5755 
Nights 420-2552 6-3-14 

BUICK LA SABER 1978 4 
door. Brown/biege vinyl 
top. FULL POWER 
LUXURY!! Cruise comrol 
too! $5995. Will consider 
trade. 461-8808 or 481-0826 
6-3-14 

1966 GMC SCHOOL BUS. 

Excellent condition. 20 
seats. Would make a great 
Sunday School Bus! $1200. 
Days 547-5755 Nights 420- 
2554 6-3-14 

75 COUGAR-grey with red 
vinyl top. Red leather 
interior. Power steering and 
brakes. Please call 461-8808 
or 481-0826. 6-3^14 

78 HONDA ACCORD 

Automatic, air 

conditioned. Still under 
warrenty. AM-FM. 
Excellent condition. 
$5,995 or make offer. 481- 
0464 after 7 PM. 6-3-7 

62 GMC BUS. 66 

passenger. MAKE 
OFFER! 1972 COUNTRY 
SEDAN WAGON 9 
passenger. Good 
condition, new tires, 
67,000 miles. $1200. 393- 
4136 6-3-7 

1968 NOVA-2 door, 6 
cylinder. Automatic. 
Good Condition. $550. 
Please Call 497-4195 

6-3-7 



1977 17W Ft. Prowler 

travel trailer: One owner. 
UsfKl 5 times. Sleeps 6. 
PERFECT! $3,000. 424- 
9190 7-3-28 

1976 CHEVROLET PICK 
UP TRUCK - 28,000 
miles. New tires, just 
tuned, AM/FM radio, 
power steering and 
brakes. AUTOMATIC. 
Scottsdale Series, 6 
cylinder. $3200. Or best 
offer. Call 482-1768 after 
4p.m. 7-3-28 



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ROLL Hberglass matting, 
brass water pump and 
cooler, brass rudder, brass 
valve and nipples. Various 
sizes and lengths of brass, 
bronze and stainless steel 
screws. 545-0902. 11-3-28 

SEA RAIDER - New, 24 
foot cuddy cabin. Deep 
design ocean hull, fully 
loaded. 250 H.P. OMC 
SPECIAL $9950. Diesel 
available. KENNY'S 547- 
5444. 712 Oak Grove Rd. 
11-3-28 






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19K DATSUN PICB-UP 

truck^bng' ^. -23V00D 
miles, "(jamper top. Like 
new condition with new 
tires. 461-5104 7-M4 



RUBBERMADE PARTY 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money! NO 
PACKING, DELIVER- 
ING OR INVESTMENT. 
Sells itself. High 
commission paid. 
Managers needed. 424- 
3843 

13-3-28 

BABY SITTER NEEDED 

from 7:30 AM to 5 PM 
daily. Mature . with 
references. Norcova 
Esutes. Call after 5: 547- 
4713 13-3-7 



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CLASSIFIED 

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NOW BUYING 

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Room Additions 
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TATION-5-9PM Monday 
to Friday from our' office 
in Great Bridge. Call Mrs. 
Giles for interview 482- 
2148 13.3-7 



GET INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
Chinchilla breeding. S^ 
investment, larie return. 
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CAB DRIVERS - DAY 

OR NIGHT shifts. 
Hardworkers will earn 
good money! Diamond 
Taxi, Vii^lnia Bach. Call 
Mr. Bragg, 464-3289. 13-tf 

NEED six women 
interested in earning $60 
to $100 weekly. Part time 
from your home. Call 420- 
0977 for appointment. 13 
13-tf 

ADVERTISING SALES 

representatives - If you are 
looking for a career 
opportunity that is 
challenging and 

rewarding, we have i 
position that may interest 
you. You will work from 
our offices on Battlefidd 
Blvd. and Rosemont Road 
where you will learn many 
phases of the commiuuty 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
learn. You must have a 
sales background and 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fulltiine 
position with Bylerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Please write Sheldon 
Kelly, Byerly 

Publications, P.O. Box 
1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
23320 13-tf 



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X3iw axed Bed. Bnutiful 
Sl^ Step Pattern. Basic 
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VXD ATPUANCIS - 

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up. EiftaiecB lb. vmdMm 



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Wooden Clarinet, French 
made, in velvet casing. 



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CLIPPERS Mustache 
trimmn^, goatee trimmer, 
iliro horse aad dog 
clippers. Scotwe Barber 
Supply ft Sharpening 
Service. 857-4433. 25-tf 



tl25.00. T.V.'s S79.00. 30 
day warranty. Bob's T.V. 
02-3536. 27-tf 



PUD'S - Ceramics, 
Certified Duncan 
Teacher. Complete line 
Duncan produiits. 
Greenware. Firing. 
Unique gifts. Free 
banner's classes. 2213 
Potters Road. 463-0437. 
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HEY! HEY! Blue and tan 
female Doberman pup. 
Come see this one! S123 or 
best offer. 482-1768 after 
4PM. 22-tf 

basenji female, 

SMALL BABKLESS 

house-pet. Excellent 
disposition. Impressive 
pedigree. Housebroken! 
Non-shedding, odorless. 
Moving-must seU. Please 
call 423-1316 

22-3-28 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 

weeks old. registered with 
papers, S30.00 each. 421- 
9469 after 5. Both parente 
are excellent tree d<^. 

2^tf 



TIRED -or^^t'NG PARAKEETS 

HOUSEWORK? Need SlO.99 - Peach-faced loie 



extra incoihe? Earn 
$6./ 10.00 per hoar 
average working from 
home in Chesapeake in 
Virginia Beach calling on 
customers Phone 
necessary. Use of car 
nixessary on occasion. 
Call 423-71 19 

13tf 



MATURE S.N^ L.P.N. 

Nwfolk area. 9-S. Call for 
appointment. Qualit;^' 
Cawi61-3^5."' 13-i.i4" 



PART TIME/FULL 
TIME. No experience 
necessary. Outside 
solicitation for TV, 
fiuniture, and stereo sales. 
Men/Women call 383- 
3889. Mr. Jannan. 13-3-21 

SALES HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS • 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car hdpful, 
Tidewattf area. Call 467- 
4040. No investment 
required. 13-tf 



SALE5PE0/i:J^-experi- 

encedf! Door to door. 
INCREASE YOUR 
EARNINGS. Call anytime- 
425-1314 13-3-14 

NURSES • RNALPN • 

Earn Extra moiKy - flexible 
hours - choice of 
a»igninents - top pay - 
insurance - No fees. 
Commonwealth Health 
Care499-2306. 13,3/14/79 

REPORTERS - General 
assignments, features, 
news editing with weekly 
newspapers in Southslde 
and Tidewater Virginia. 
Prefer j<Ntrnalism school 
background and some 
experience. Must have 
good typing ability and be 
willing to learn news 
photc^raphy. If ymi ve 
interest^ in more details, 
write David Woodroof, 
Byer^ Publicatioitt, 1000 
ArmMy Drive, Franklin. 
Va. 2W31 13-tf 



birds $39 each. All bird 
cages 254b off with this 
ad. Specials all the time at 
Fish Factory. 855-1 ill. 

22-3rl4 

BICHON FRISE- 

Adorabk white puppies, 
playful, good natured- 
love children. AKC 
registered. House-sized 
HYPOALLEROENIC 
puppies!! Unique and 
affflMtaUe. CaU49(M421 . 
22-3-14 

WHIPPETSI! Brindle ft 
sUvers-ODERLESS AKC 
Ri^stered puppies. 20 to 30 
pounds when grown. 
ELEGANT, intelligent- 
resembles a greyhound. 
CALL 545-1497 after 7PM. 
2^3-14 

FOR THE FINEST 

selection of pets, pro- 
fessional grooming and 
supplies, check us out!! 
THE LEASH ft 
COLLAR-3818 Granby 
St. 627-0530 2^3 7 

BLACK MANX-Male 
Champion $100. RED 
MANX Female Bieeder 
typei $150. Will have 
Abyssinian kittois for sale 
soon!! 480-1^ 2^3-7 

GERMAN EUEPHARD 
PUn - 3 good Utters, ill 
(tampion lines - largt 
boned, healthy, 
guaranteed. Temu. Come 
and compare. '488-M65. 

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6 MONTH OLD HUWY 
AND 8HEPARD 

MIXED. MALE aO shots. 

Pay for «d. Dog is 
niEEI!ti84)651. ^3-28 

GOLDEN RETREIVER 

rVK - 5 weeks (M. Just 
weaned. Shots. 

Professionally de- 
wormed. No pnpen. $30. 
464-1 126 or S87-4«21. 

22-3-28 



BIKESI Man's and 
woman's 3 speed English 
Rae«. Black and silver. 
Good conditicm $50.00 for 
both. Girl's 24 inch 
Roadrunner, godd 
condition. $15.00 flm. 
482-4232. 25-3-38 

OIL PAINTING-Modern 

fall scene. 43x31 inches! 
Orange, brown and light 
netrual shades. Unique 
wooden frame included in 
price. 340-3386 25^3-7 

RECYCLED BABY 
ITEMS. cribs to 
bibs!! Winter clothing 30 
to 30% off. At the BABY 
LADY SHOP Ukeland 
Shopping Center. Houn: 
11-4 weekdays. 11-5 
Saturday's. 853-9934 

25-3-7 

EARLY AMERICAN- 

hand crafted items for 
sale. Early American 
lamps custom a>lored to 
fit your home. Want 
something different? 
Unique? call 424-3448 

25-3-28 

OLD CLOTHES • 1940*8 
or earlio;. hats» sh oes , 
beaded purses and 
jewelry. 627-3917 or 625- 
8714. 25-tf 

BOOKCASES. GUN 
CABINETS, DESKS - 

made to order. Furniture 
r^inishing. QuaUty work, 
reasonable prices. Free 
estimates. Please caU 547- 
0089.543-2923. 2S-tf 



UVING MM>M SUITE-3 

cushioned 9 ft. sofa; 
Champagne damask 
upholstery. $250. 
Matching barrel-backed 
chair, $50. Mint 
condition! 424-9190 

27-3-28 

B ft S FURNITURE CO. 

Unbelievable LOW 
PRICES. We buy and sell 
USED ft NEW 
YESTERYEAR furniture 
at YESTERYEAR prices. 
625-3376 27^f 



in nMd of some minor 
r^rs. $25.00 Please Call 
482-1768 after 5:30 P.M. 

■ Mtf 

ELECTRIC ORGAN 

TTR with bench. Like 
new. Broke hand and 
can't play. Books 
included. THE PRICE IS 
RIGHT! 426-7401 

30-3-7 



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IT'S SPRING Planting 
Time! Free ropy 48-re. 
Planting Guide Catalog in 
color - offered by 
Vir^nia's largest growers 
of fruit tr^s, nut trees, 
berry planU, grape vines, 
landKape plant material. 
Wayneiburo Nurseries - 
Waynesjjoro, Va. 22980. 
35-3-28 

ONION SETS - vegeteble 
seeds - Stark Fruit Trees - 
strawberry, asparagus 
plants at OLD 

DOMINION LAWN ft 
LEISURE, 1300 N. 
Battlefield Blvd. 547- 
7111. 35-3-28 



VIRGINIA BEACH - 

Waterfront lot with boat 
dock. 3 bedroom home 
fireplace and garage. 
Lovely neighborhood. 
499-9166. 47-3-t 

HOUSE FOR Rf^T - 

Virginia Beach, near Bay. 
2 bedroom, living room, 
kitchen. Singles OK. Kids 
and pets too! $195. 499- 
9166. 47 



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FLEA MARKET No 3, 
3315 South Military 
Hi^way. Opm Friday, 
Satwday. Sunday only 10- 
6. Inside stalb and table 
set-up< fw rent. 28 stalls 
to serve you. Free 
adaUision. 4r-9803. 28-tf 

CLEARANCE SALE - 

everything must go at 
rediKcd pricesi Making 
room to rent stallsil 2642 
Gunpotteila Rd. Mazde's 
Plea Market 545-6944 or 
545-9071. 28-tf 



NORVIEW - Rare coins • 
Norfolk's most comi^ete. 
Buy, sell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, 
Norfolk, 853-81 18. 31-tf 



EXTKACAMI 

It'i w tttf. . .advcrtiK Uw 
tUngi you no tonfct need in the 
dwilM Golunin of your 
hoociown newipaiier. in 
pncdeidly no time at all. people 
ia yov aciihborhood «rill know 
what you have to Mil. You'icon 
the foad to extia caih. . . 
noMhody win nad your ad and 
burl 



LARGE FURNISHED 
STUDIO apartment, 
vicinity CBN-CoH^e Park. 
One year plus May I. Reply 
including phone no., Mrs. 
Middleton, Box 1316 
Concord, Ma.OI741 50-3-14 



JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR - Tractors, 3, 
Hook-Up equipment. 
Low boy trailer, fence 
posts and Com! 545-8370. 
36-3-28 

BACK HOE - like new, in 
excellent condition - less 
than 1,000 hours. 1975. 
CaU between 9 am - 5 pm. 
42(M)770. 36-3-21 



St^erSaleVa.iaadi 



SZ^Nvavy ft Witdias 



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ONE OF A KIND - 

SterUng Zodiac ring - one 
of a kind - custom made. 
Sagittarius and Virgo 
sings in raised sterling on a 
wide band. Woman's size 
5W. Unique gift. 
Sacririce, $25. Please caU 
482-1768. 32-tf 



CONVERT YOUR TV set 

to a Giant 7 foot picture. 
Kit only $19.95. DeuiU 
free! Money back 
guarantee. Call Larry 
Ddirew between 9 and 3, 
539-1070. 39-3-21 



ALANTON - 4 bedroom 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage, well. $72,500. 428- 
4345/481-1908. 58-tf 

CANDLEWOOD COVE - 

Exquisite 4 bedroom 
ranch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of living space, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar, large 
outdoor screen patio. On 
1 plus acres. Luxury 
living. By owners. 481- 
3142. 58-tf 



MAGIC-Learn from 
recognized professional 
Magician for fun, profit, 
prestige and popularity. 
Low rates. All ages. 
Phone 853-8852 

71tf 

SIMMONS HEATING ft 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

Call the EXPERIENCED 
ONE for repairs or 
replacement. We stand 
behind our 31 years of 
experience. 424-2911 

7Itf 



DON'T BE A 
SPEEDER 

Drive with care, don't 
be a speeder, you might 
run over a want ad reader! 



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P^ANO DOCTOR 
!ILL reliable^ piano 
trice, tuning, repairing, 
and regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on aU makes 420- 
4157. 71-tf 



ANTIQUES 10,000 sq. 
feat of Antiques. Barber 
chair and ptde, wahiut 
office desk, showcases. 
Open 10-5 daUy. 1104 
Granby St. Norf^. 62^ 
9119. 7&Z-2» 



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CHAIN LINK FENCED 

feet high. 'Appragdnalety 
laftwifeA;^; Ewellent' 
condition. Sears best 
foKing. 1375.00 481-3S50 
after 5PM. 25-3-14 



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SECONDS AND 

ALMOST NEW/ infants, 
ddldrois and maternity 
clothes. Seasonable 
conrignments Moepted in 
excellent condition. 
MOTHER AND CHILD, 
Princess Anne Plaza 
Shopping Center, 340- 
0380. 25.3-21 



REPRODUCTION OF 
ANTIQUE GLASS - Turn 

«f the century - unique - 
exquisite. &unple piket. 
Many different items to 
chooae from. SdUng (wtt 
482-1768 after 6.-00p.m. 
26-tf 

ANTIQUE PIANO - 

Excdknt condition. Made 
in 1885. Bradberry. $400. 
- negotiable! CaU anytbne 
583-5118. 26-3-21 



BBpTCUNS. rifles, 
liiiti^. tnivei. swonls, 
bayoaau and aU types war 
louvMiira - rcgaiiUcss of 
oondbioo. CoUector wiU 
pay top SSS 467-1888. 

29^3-28 

NOnCEIt THAT oU fur 

coat, jacket, or silver fox 
scarf need not hang 
unused in your dosetll 
Bring them in for 
$$eashS$ 153-3904. 

29-3-28 

ORIENTAL CARPETS - 

wanted - ai^ condition 
any aie. Pkve catt 461- 
3834. 29-3-21 

WE BUY ANYTHING - 

furniture, wpUanoes and 
|Bra(B sale leftorart. 489^ 
0739 or 467-2144. 29^ 



FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 
Seafood Market. At the 
Farmer's Market of 
Virginia Beach. CaU 427- 
3574. Open 9-6 daily. 

33-tf 

■ 

OI^TERS - LynnhavW 
shucked and unwashed. 
Opposite Kurd's Seafood 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd., Earl Smith. 
340-5171. 33-tf 



ELDORADO - 1973, 12 x 
54*. 2 bedroom. Must seU 
- being transferred. $5000 
(total price!) AppUances 
includnl air conditioned. 
Located lovely area. 545- 
6413 after 6. 40-tf 



EXTRA CASH 

It's so easy... advertise 
the things you no longer 
need in the classified 
columns of your 
hometown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all, 
people in your 
neighborhood wUI know 
what you have to sell. 



PIANO TUNING 

promt efficient service. 
Lee Wal» - 4dease caU 
460-0656. 71-tf 



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FIREWOOD - HARD- 
WOOD OAK/MAPLE. 

FuU cord 4 X 4 X 8", 
$75.00 delivered. Half 
cord, $40.00. May pick up 
at reduced rate. M.A. 
Ounn, 547-4937. 34-tf 



mOfM FOR RENT IN 

private home. Kitchen 
priviledges. Call 497-4195 
for interview. 43-3-7 

CHESAPEAKE - Nice 
sized room with private 
entrance in private home. 
For rent! 

545-0217. 

43-3-21 



TlAlY ^TTING 
AVAILABLE; Green 
Run, Larkspur area. 
I^y's or ni^ts in my 
home. Experienced. WUI 
negotiate phcei. 467-5732 
14-3-21 



U^'VN; CaiOD CAREin 

my home u Levd Ckem 
area. 8:30 10 StJOd^.I'l 
pve your cMU molhei^ 
ma^m\4»&m 14-3-14 



PURE AND PAStnED 

Araton hmes fw sale. 1 
wmnlittg. mature stock 
and 1 staUion. Priced 
between $500. and SS«00O. 
Abo 3 stidUiMs at stwi. 
547-7084. 24-3-21 

LOCAL TIMJCti 

No (Mher metfam Is 
bound up with the 
everjMlay lift of yenr 
j:ommunity more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 



MiCBOWAVE OVEN - 

Uke new. Wuher and 
dryer, in excellent 
ctmdition. Moving - muM 
sell. Call 484-8729 
anytime! 27-3-^ 

FURNITURE - Couch, 
rocking diair, ottoman. 2 
end tables ud coffee 
oMe. Brown nnpbyde 
with «}lorful cushions. 
$350. for aU, or wiO sen 
separate. 467-5732. 

27-3-21 

CARraT'NEWftUKD 

roon^ed nvandvwU 
to waU carpet • as tow u 
$1.50 a svive yMtL Mmi 
Sdll Days - evn^ip - 
wedcends.can461-2in. 
t7-t41 

TlUDITKWALB^iM 
chair with 2 sets of 
sNpeovers. Must sell. 
$73.00. neaM c^ 5^ 
2101 27-3-21 



WANT to buy portable 
eisc^ t^wwriter ia food 
wm-Ung ordw. Mease caU 
481-4642. 29^ 

CASKS CASH$-paid for 
used furniture, appliances 
T.V.'s. We buy anything. 
Call B ft S FURNITURE 
3822 Granby St. 625-3376 
2»4f. 



PENNCREST STEREO 

with AM-FM radio ai^ 
tape reornkr. In walnut 
cabinet. Very good 
condition. $75. Odl ^9^ 
2400 30-3-7 

ENJOY BKSAVmGSoo 

beautiful WINTER 
PIANOS at wvehMse 
prices. AOfbiMies ft styles. 
PEAL ft TOLLISON 
PIANO WARRMKHJSE. 
3312 Va. Bidi. Blvd.. 
B^«t«E.4N>l«53 304f 

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Pede and TeMso^ Piano 
WferriMnse. 13121 
E. Vhikla Biteh 
490.ISSS. 304f 



DIRT A-l. black, fertile 
top soil. Also sand and 
fiH. Prompt service. Jack 
N. PoweU, Inc., 835-7844 
or 853-7218. 35-tf 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, 
fmce posts, peanut hay 
and rom, 545-8370. 35-tf 

MOORE'S RENT A 
GARDEN - Reserve your 
prden space now. $^.00 
and up. Free water and 
compost. Call for 
infonnation. ^-5189. 

35-3-21 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR - tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equqMmnt, low 
boy tn^ers. fence posts - 
com.545-83m 35-3-21 

TRACTOR WORK 
DONE - make your land 
ready for planting. 
Garden, graitt^ mowing, 
discing, plowing and 
bush-h<« w«^ 547-2554 
or 547-7534. 35-3-28 

MOORE'S RENT-A 
GAUWN • resRve ymt 
puden q)Ke newt $20.00 
and up. Free wtter and 
o(Niq;K»t.C^«7-5189. 
35-3-a 

TOP son. - nil. Sand. 
Lot cleaning. 

Landscaping. Trash 
rmonrilQiH 421-7373. 
35-3-^ 



BRENTWOOD FOR- 
REST - completely 
furnished ^wrtmoit. For 
older settled person. 
UtUities induded. 3 rooms 
and bath. $200. month. 
588-0543. 45-3-21 

UNFURNBHD) APART 

MENT - Quiet. 2 bedroom 
duplex. Converted farm- 
house, large yard with 
trees. $145. 499-9166. 

45-3-7 

LOVELY furnished 1-2 
bednXNn appt. with color 
T.V. Available through 
May. Reasonably priced. 
INuific West Apartnmits. 
Motd 306 29th St. 428- 
3633.423-0888. 45-tf 



'SON^'^IEIGHTS, 

immalcuiate 4 bedroom 
Ranch. 2Vi baths. Low 
S'Aft Assumption 
$71,900. No 

qualifications. 325 
Woodberry Dr. 547-4810 
59-3-7S 



HICKORY SECTION 

3132 BattleHeld Blvd. Brick 
ranch. 3 bedroom, 
den/fireplace, double 
garage, central air. Must 
see to appreciate. Middle 
eCs. 481-3253 59^3-14 

CATAUNA HEIGHTS-3 

bedroom ranch, den. 
Excellent condition. Good 
VHDA buy SV*V9. Jeryl 
Hill, agent, 543-1702 or 
485-5950. REALTY 
WORLD Wallace and 
Wainwright 59^3-14 



"PEBSON-TO-rERSON" 
Thai'iUiiYoundYMw 
. LOCAL ,N 






NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2 baths. CAC. 
sdf-dean over next to golf 
course, park, lake; easy 
access aU bases. «9-94«. 
46-tf 

FURNISHED HOUSE - 

in Va. Beadi. M itfWes 
paid. 2 be(hooms, cwpet - 
singes OK. Kids OK. 
Vacaitt!$260.rSd«eak. 
499^9166. 4M-7 



MERRYFIELD - Brick 
Ranch, 3 bedrooms - 2 fuU 
baths, finished room over 
garage. Patio. Heavy 
insulation package - 
storms, heat pump, 
central air. Good 
Schools!! $52,000. 
Assumeable SV*^ loan. 
No agents! 484-7260. 

60-3-21 

SURE BITE 

You're sure to ga a bite 
if you drt^ a line in the 
dassified rolumns of your 
community newspaper. 
Ymv da^flad ad h part 
01 the honffown news 
thai ewybsdy whm 10 
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HOUSE FOR RENT • 

Chesapeake - N<Nfolk, 
Highlands. Vacant 2 
bedroom. Laundry hock- 
up. Kiifa OK. pm OK. 
sbi^ OK too. $130. - 
$30. dqwsk. 499-9166. 

47-3-7 



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FU>KIDA - i-RADE? 
■I^NTIES - 12 acre Ihrm 
wii^ 3 becfaoom hone - 2 
firepteces, den, femes, 
pond. Also waterfront 
lots, UKMels, 461-8120. 

62-tf 



LOCAL TOUCH 

No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everyday life of your 
community more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 

REPAIRS ft MAIN- 

TAINENCE-Hourly or 
Contract! Show us the job 
and we'll show you 
results. "AGAPE 
BUILDING COM- 
PANY" Please call 497- 
2520 71-3-7 

AARDVARK CHIMNEY 
SWEEPS. INC. Fast, 
dMn professional servitx. 
We'll reduce the risk of 
chimney fires. Master 
Charge ft Visa. 485-3391 
or 487-7183. 7ltf 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

DtHie at very reasonabte 
nm. WiU pick up and 
deliver. Gloria Bk>yles, 
397-6424. 71 

WINTfaMSREEN 
WOODED BUILDING 

Site with water/Sewage. 
Near ski todge. Owner 
terms a\«ilable. Selling 
under market price. CaU 
1-703-^6-0496. 71-tf 



71 



REVivLLA MOTOR 
HOME 1973 CH. 6 
Cylinders, automatic. 
Completely self- 
contained. $6200. 
Negotiable. Please call 
497-4195 66-3-7 

FOR SALE: 1977 Terry 
Caravan Camper, 25 ft. 
Model R twin-bed option, 
awning, jacks, hitch, like 
new -$5,600. 488-2964. 

66-3-7 



CUSTOM CABINilT 
SHOP, cabinets, counter 
tops, vanitia, bookcases, 
music centers and bars. 
Quality work - rrasonable 
rates - free estimates. Call 
855-6645,583-3918. 71-tf 



HEAVY OR LIGHT 
HAULING-truck and 
driver for hire 
Dependable and sure. 
Extra help available. Call 
me for your hauling 
needs! 545-9330 71-tif 

Mr! and MRS. 
PAINTERS of the 
Tidewater area. The 
quality of a man- the 
smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior 
painting 424-4687 71-tf 

JANITORIAL SERVICE 
UNLIMITED - Complete 
janitorial services. Clean 
new homes upon 
completion. Carpets, 
hardwood floors, lawns 
ETC! 485-3179 71-tf 

TIDEWATER TREE 
SERVICE. INC- 

Complete tree service. 
Toppin, removing and 
stump grinding. FREE 
ESTIMATES. Fully 
insured. Call Steven 
McSweeney 420-8789 

. 71-3-7 



GOOD LUCK 

CHEMMEY SWEEP 
SERVICE - Don't risk a 
chimmey fire! Licensed, 
insured, professional 
methods - We Don't 
Leave You In The Dust!! 
547-4226. 74-3-28 



CAVAUER KITCHENS- 

offers Overton unfinished 
cabinets. High quality, low 
prices. We offer planning 
and installation, or do it 
yoursein CALL -857-1435 
71-tf 

REMODELING ROOM 
AOOinONS, DENS - 
Any type of home 
improvements. Kitchens 
and bathrooms 

modernized. Quality 
work. Free estimates. 
Please call 547-0089, 543- 
2923. 71-tf 

RON WEST - TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
paneling; doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodding. 
623-0201. 71-tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting and chimney 
water proofing. All work 
guaranteed. Call Melvin 
D. Dever Roofing Co., 
587-5003. 71-tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. Call night or 
day. 625-9624 or 857-6710 
shop. 71-tf 



FIREPLACES - Have a 
custom fireplace built in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael and HUl, 
fireplace specialists 
licensed, bonded and 
insured - references. 482- 
3636. 71-tf 

PAENTnk: - mrtmoR 

AND EXTERIOR - Free 
estimates. CaU 428-7419. 
71-3-28 



HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS repairs, 
maintenance. State 
Ucensed. Free estimates. 
Prompt, courteous 
service. Quality 

performance. 486-1544 or 
497-2520. 71-tf 

INSULATE NOW and 

take advantage of tax 
rebate! Stop wasting 
money on lost energy. 
Free estimates - T.E. 
Ritter Corporation, 
-Serving Tidewater since 
1924,622-3831. 71-tf 

"PEKSON-TO-PERSON" 

ThM'iUiYMiawdYoar 

LOCAL <Stwi»Mtr 

WE PRINT newspapers, 

^ ciricularjs, shopping 

guMesr' anything on 

newsprint, with or without 

composition and camera 

service. We take orders 

for small tabloid 

newspapers with press 

runs as low as 1,000 and 

we print for bigger 

pubUcations with 10,000 

and more circulation. 

We've got lots of 

Tidewater area customers 

because we're good, we're 

dep«idable and we're 

local. Ptease caU Shddon 

Kelly. 547-4571. for 

infonnation and price 

quoutions. You wiU be 

dealing with Byerly 

Publications, publishers 

of the Chesapeake fott 

and the Virginia Beach 

&in. 71-tf [ 

BATH MKMi TILE - For 

your ceramic needs in 
exitting homes. New or 
r^»air work, waUs and 
ftoan and shower door 
leaks. caU 34OOI80 and 
ask fw Leo. 7|.tf.3 

WE DO UPHOLSTISY. 

slipravers. and drapes! 
FREE ESTIMATE 
fabric shown in your 
h(»M. I^sciMnt (m all 
fabrics. Work guaranty. 
833-3904. j 71-3-28 



16 VIRGINIA BRACH SUNDWEDNESPAY, MARCH 7. 1979 , 



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Virginia Beacii Sports 




Beach gymnasts wind up with State Meet 



Super Fly! 

Cox'8 Steve SMMItr takts to Um air agatast Mwichville in tha Falcons' first round Regional game at Princess Anne. 

Beach District this week 



■yNHKED'OIISO 

Bringing a strong contingent to the State Gymnastics 
Meet at Stafford, Beach gymnasts suffered through a 
sub-par Friday night enroute to a disappointing overall 
showing, although three Beach schools finished in the 
top five in team standings. 

With two events, vaulting and the floor exercise, 
taking place on Friday night, and the balance beam and 
uneven bars competition held on Saturday, the 
competitors had a long weekend. 

Beach gymnasts fared -poorly in the vaulting 
compcUtion, with Kim Humphreys of Cox giving the 
best showing with a 6th place finish. The brightest spot 
of the Meet for Beach competitors was Jaudon 
Conkwright's first place performance on the uneven 
bars. Also finishing well was E>ebbie Taylor, who took 
second place on the balance beam. 

Debbie Taylor finished in second place on the balance 
beam while Conkwright topped Beach girls with a fifth 
in the floor exercise. 

Conkwright finished third in the Ail-Around 
competition, as did Cox in the team standings. 
Bayside's Lisa Weber tied for the fourth spot, putting 
her team in fifth place. First Colonial, the District and 
Regional champions, finished fourth overall. 
With 40 competitors in each event, here are the Beach 



representatives who finished in the top 12 in their 
events: 

Vaulting 

6) kim Humphreys (Cox) 
10) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

floor Exercise 

5) Jaudon Conliwright (Cox) 

6) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

10) Inga Williams (Kellam) 

11) Kim Humphreys (Cox) 



Uneven Ban 

1) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 
6) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

Kim Humphreys (Cox) 
11) Ann Franzoni (FC) 



Ail-Around 

3) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

4) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

Balance Beam 

2) Debbie Taylor (FC) 
10) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

team Totals 

3) Cox 

4) First Colonial 

5) Bayside 



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Curtain drops on Beach*roandbs|llers in Regionai tourney 



With the elimination of First Colonial's Lady Patriots 
in the championship game of the Eastern Regional 
tournament, the curtain fell on the 1978-79 Beach 
basketball season. 

Coach Janet Rowlands' Patriots advanced to the final 
round of regional play only to see history repeat itself, 
as their hopes for a trip to the state tournament were 
dashed by the same Phoebus team which ended First 
Colonial's season last year. 

By the time, the Patriots took the floor Saturday 
night, the other three Beach regional representatives had 
already bitten the dust. 

Beacli athlete lielps 
Radford program 

A strong bench and the support of backup players 
such as Gary Booth of Virginia Beach helped the 
Radford College Highlanders roll to their most 
successful season ever this year. 

Under the guidance of first-year coach Joe Davis, the 
Highlanders posted a record of 23-4, including a mid- 
season, 19-game winning streak. 

Booth, a 6-4, 198-pound sophomore, missed much of 
the season because of illness and saw action in only 
seven of Radford's 27 games. But despite his lack of 
playing time, he still made valuable contributions to the 
team. 

"Gary's spirit, his hard work in practice and his 
desire to be successful meant a lot to the team," Davis 
said. 

Booth is a 1976 graduate of First Colonial High 
School and is majoring in business at Radford. He is the 



Cox drew a date with the Pope - David Pope of 
Menchville - and succumbed in the first round as Pope's 
40 points put the Falcons away. 

Journeying to the Peninsula for their first round 
game. Princess Anne's Cavaliers were treated rudely by 
defending state champion Ferguson, as the Mariners 



sent the Cavaliers home with a season-ending defeat. 

Kellam's girls team fared no better than the Lady 
Patriots in their meeting with the Peninsula District as 
the Knights fell to Phoebus in the first round. 




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' DISCOUNT PRICES 

EAST COAST IMPORTED 
AUTO PARTS 

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Saturday 9-5 
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Storybook Theatre 

Youthful actors 
entertain all ages 



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They sing like angels. They growl like lions. They're 
members of Virginia Beach's Storybook Theatre 
company and they can make you laugh . 

A peek inside their bright tangerine costume trunk 
(with a painted peacock on the front) reveals an array of 
feathers, hats, capes, sequins and ruffles. In a moment, 
before your very eyes, these 15 Virginia Beach youth, 
ages 1 1 to 18, are transformed into characters from 
fairy tale land. 

Storybook Theatre is sponsored by the Virginia Beach 
Department of Parks and Recreation, produced by the 
Performing Arts Unit. The group presents several shows 
throughout the year, performing at the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center and fot PTA'$, playground 
programs, special education, festivals and city activities. 

"Storybook Theatre is historically one of the oldest 
concepts in theatre, which has been updated to 
accommodate our modern day style of drama," points 
out director Jean Ann Lovell. "It's theatre by children, 
for children. "B 

The group's upcoming show will be presented at the 
Recreation Center Theatre with performances on March 
IS and 16 at 8' p.m. and on March 17 and 18 at 3 p.m. 
Admissjicm 1^ free and no reservations are required. 
, As is the case with all the company's shows, this 
week's production will utilize bright, colorful costumes 
and fast-paced action. 

"It's very physically exhausting for the kids," says 
Lovell. "The show is 90 minutes long and they arc all on 
stage the whole time. They even change costumes on 
stage. They present 45 things in 90 minutes." 

Those 45 "things" are songs, dances, poems and 
stories. The group has in its repertoire shortened 
versions of classic lairy tales, folk tales, myths, local 
legends, original material, folk songs and dances and 
poetry. 

"Each scene is very short," says Lovell. "Our longest 

iin this show is six minutes. While part of the companj^ 

presents a song, the others are changing ccMtumcs in 

ediflni the dramatizations down into the aSferevlatcd 
time slots, andthai^s not always easy," she laughs. 

Beach students from 6th through 12th grade can 
audition to become members of the Storybook Theatre 
company twice a year - in the spring and fall. 

Once chosen, actors participate in a workshop 
consisting of ten weeks of classes where they learn about 
improvisation, mime, chorus, movement, dance, voice 
and diction. Several weeks of show rehearsals follow. 

This season's company will tour throughout the 
Tidewater area from April to June. Featured in the 
current show will be poetry by Ogden Nash and Emily 
Dickinson, Kenneth Graham's "Reluctant Dragon," 
the story of the "City Mouse and Country Mouse," and 
"The Three Pigs" in Spanish. 

"The show app«ils to all ages," explains Lovell. 
"Adults catch the puns and enjoy the humor. Children 
are attracted by the bright colors and fast action." 



Site plans to inform 
liuyers off conditions 




Water project 
suffers setback 



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Virginia Beach has encountered its first setback in a 
desalinization project intended eventually to furnish the 
city with its own water source. 

The higher than expected degree of salinity in the 
water from a monitoring well in the Little Creek area is 
forcing the city to change locations. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury told City Council 
Monday afternoon at an informal session that he had 
"disappointing news on the monitoring well." 

Based on tests at the 1600 foot Little Creek well, 
totally dissolved solids (TDS) are 10,000 parts per , 
million while the city had anticipated 4,000 to 5,000 
TDS. Hanbury said the higher count would necessitate 
higher pressure pumps which would be more costly. 

Site change recommended 

He recommended that the city move southwest of the 
existing location in the Industrial Park owned by the 
Industrial Development Authority to a site near 
Nepreatex Industries. The well will be dug on property 
owned by Farmco, Inc. whose president Frank Miller 
has "cooperated tremendously" with the city, Hanbury 
said, and who will dedicate a utility easement. 

The move, however, will add $60,000 to the city's bill 
aUhough Hanbury was quick to add that the money will 
not be lost. The- old well can be used to establish 
coordinates to determine the strata, he said. 

According to the well contractor, Layne Atlantic, the 
bigher-than-expecfed salinity was cauS&d by a geological 
fault or an old river bed. 

Original plans were to build two w^lls at the Little - 
Creek location. The second well will now be built at the 
new site. 

Federal grant animated 

Hanbury said that there will be no change in the unit 
price of the wells, but that he was concerned about the 
time frame. The city is expected to report to the federal 
government by May I. Virginia Beach has been selected 
•3 one-Oif the demonstration «fn for dOi^nttt^^Mll^ 
the Office of Water Research and Technology. The city 
has been anticipating a federal grant of $4 to $6 miniort. 
As a point of reference, Hanbury pointed out that 
seawater has 35,000 TDS per million. 

Hanbury said that the plant would be located at the 
Little Creek sity and that the water would be pumped 
from the second well. Water will be tested at both sites. 

Nepratex Industries has a well with about the salt 
content being sought by the city. The second well will be 
located about 2000 feet from the Nepratex well. 



Beach zoning requests meet City Council opposition 



ByLKCAHILL 

WHJWia ■mwh WW FMMte MhHts wiww 

The City of Virginia 
Beach may add a few 
more conditions to site 
plans in an effort to keep 
the buyer informed. 

Among these will be 
warning to aspiring 
country folk telling them 
of odors, aerial spraying', 
poorly-drained land and 
flood plain locations. 
Also, notification will be 
included if the property 
being sold lies within the 
Navy's noise or danger 
flight zones. 

In a discussion on 
farmettes, a development 
type custom made for 
poorly-drained soil. 



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Councilwonian Barbara 
Henley said that some of 
the difficulties 

encountered in 

agricultural areas may be 
headed off if "we make 
certain people are 
informal." 

Mrs. Henley, who has a 
farm in Pungo, and 
Coiincilman John A. 
Baum, who farms in 
Blackwater, have often 
ciled the problem of the 
city mouse who moves out 
into the country by buying 
a farmette. A farmette 
isn't a farm at all, but a 
suburban-type lot ~ only 
bigger at a minimum of 
three acres. The city folk 
are ready for the beauty of 
the country but not always 
for the odors from pig 
farms, aerial spraying of 
crops, poorly-drained soil 
and a location on a flood 
plain. 

The aspirations of these 
transplanted suburbanites 
run counter to agricultural 
interests, the farmers 
maintain. 

To prevent any 
misunderstandings, Mrs. 
Henley Monday afternoon 
at an Informal session of 
rouncil suggested warning 

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Ralph Hanna and B.C. Coons may |hink twice - 
maybe three times - before they again buy an old 
railroad right of way n^easuring 70 feet wide by 1000 
feet long. 

They have this narrow strip of land which extends 
from Kempsville Road like a ribbon on the west side of 
Kempsville, south of Princess Anne Road in the heart of 
Kempsville. The best thing that could be done with it, 
think the owners, is to have it rezoned from R-6 
Residential District to B-2 Community Business District 
for 1.126 acre and from 0-1 Office District to B-2 
Community -Business District on a .482 acre parcel. 



then, if a conditional use permit were approved, 
mini-warehouses could be constructed. To the 
ai3t)licants, that seems like the best use for the property. 

Councilman George R. Ferrdl said that the "people 
who own the property should have thought about (what 
to do with it) when they bought it." 

Councilman John A. Baum said that councH has 
"inherited headaches in the past" in similar situations. 
He said that easements should be offered for sale to 
adjoining property owners. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury agreed that 
adjoining property owners should try to acquire the 



property. 

Hanna said that none of the property owners dare 
contacted him. 

He said the land was zoned business when he bought 
it "five or six years ago," but that it was changed 
without his knowledge. 

Councilwoman Meyera Oberndorf said that the land 
is located in an area where a deliberate attempt has been 
made to make the area esthetically pleasing. She also 
noted that after a zoning change is granted, the owners 
do not have to exercise the use permit and something 

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'Beyond competence' is schoors goal 



^PAMVANNVrai 



Attempts to broaden the goals of education in 
Virginia Beach schools at a time when everyone seems to 
be focusing on minimum competency skills may not be 
ouy. But that is what the Parent Teacher Student 
Association of Plaza Junior High School, under the 
direction of principal Benjamin I., Troutman Jr., is 
trying to do. 

"Beyond Competence?' is the theme for a March 20 
profpram they have planned, entitled "A Celebration of 
Cmtivity." Opra to the public, the program will 
ft»ture area leaders m the arts and will include student 
and professional dispteys of work done in m, dance, 
theatre, music, poetry and mime. 

It's all part of an ongoing program develc^ed by the 
school to encourage creative, critical and caring 
students through the arts. The message: *' We want to go 
teyond competoice to joy ~ pleasure in what is done 
with the mi nd and hand . " 

The school has already opetwd its library to all as an 
esttBsion of its Right to Read Program. At the library, 
two evenings a month are devoted to special events 
ra^pag from humorous readings, to pantomime skits to 
iiMlBitrial arts exhibits. Parttcii^nts are encour^ed to 
brdww through books or magazines, then stay for the 
show, which lasts from 8 to 8:30 p.m. 



Dr. Troutman atw points out thM the school 
pi^ently pioneering a course in visual language. 



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Doors will open for the "Celebration of Creativity" 
at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Student artwork from seven 
elementary schools, three senior highs and Plaza Junior 
High will be displayed at that time. Works of Plaza staff 
members and parents will also be on exhibit. 

William Mcintosh, Master of Photography, will show 
a scries of slide-type programs at 7:30 p.m. 

R-om 8:30 to 9:30 individuals in the audiehc^ill be 
able to choose what they want to see and hearTThfc 
Virginia Beach Civic Ballet will perform; Philip 
Graham, Poet-in-the School, will create spontaneous 
poetry. Martha and Julia Tickner will present mime and 
Kathleen Lockwood will perform dramatic cuts from 
"Tlie Belle of Amherst." Hope Mihalap and Betsy 
Trundle will represent the Virginia Opera Association. 

In addition, participants may attend demonstrations 
by a number of guest artists. On hand will be Ray 
Dorosz, painting; Cynthia FIcgal, textiles; Alyce 
Musgrovc-Walcavich, painting; Linda Quillion, 
wOfldcarving; Joseph Stith, ceramics; Ginny James, 
stamd glass; Betty Jo Woodhouse, drawing; Janet 
Mitthell Fishel, needlework; and Bevin Norkin, 
cerwiics. 

Othe- highlights of the evening will include special 
praentetions by the school's planetarium and the visual 
lanptage class. 

C3(^ng the program will he a musical performance by 
WrtW Noona, conductor of the Virginia B^ch 
SyiSphpny. 

Tlic program is open to the public. There will be no 
admission charge. 




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happenings 



Pops Symphony Auxiliary 
hoU9 annual sumphony ball 

The Third Annual Symphony Ball sponsored by 
the Virginia Beach Pops Symphony Auxiliary will 
be held Friday. March 16. from 9 p.m. - I .m. at 
Jhc original Cavalier Hotel. Free hot and cold Hprs 
d'eouvres \mII be served and there will be ib^sh 
bar (drinks $1.50). Music will be performed by the 
Waller Noona Trio. 

Black lie opii(>nal. Donation is $30 per couple. 
For rcser\aiions call Mrs. Richard Roberts. 340- 
2544. after 5 p.m. The Virginia Beach Pops 
Symphony is a non-profit organization and 
proceeds will be used toward the growth and 
development of the symphony. • 

Methodist women plan fashion 
show luncheon 

The United Methodist Women of Memorial 
United Methodist Church will sponsor a fashion 
show luncheon on March 31 at I p.m. at the 
church. The proceeds will be donated to the 
group's mission work and charity at home and 
around the world. Tickets are $3.50 each and none 
will be sold at the door. The deadline for tickets is 
March 15. For reservations, telephone Mrs. 
Herrington at 420-8115 or Mrs. Savage at 545- 
2557. : —■ 



Theme for the show is "Oh, You Beautiful 
Doll" with fashions by "The Honey Tree" for 
children, "Sidneys" for ladies, "The Hub" for 
men, "Tiffanys" for wedding. A luncheon will be 
served prior to the fashion show. 

Pungo Medical Center plans 
community health meeting 

The Pungo Medical Center is sponsoring a 
community meeting Tuesday, March 20 at 8 p.m. 
Topic of discussion for this month is "Poison 
Control". Those bringing all their old prescription 
medicines will be refunded with a bottle of Ipecac. 
The public is invited. 

Chdc league discusses 
clean community program 

The monthly meeting of the Princess Anne 
Plaza/Windsor Woods Civic League will be held 
en Tuesday, March 13, 7:30 p.m. at Plaza Jr. 
High.KIVAl. 

Guest speaker for the meeting will be Benjamin" 
Moore, Clean Communities Coordinator for the 
city of Virginia Beach. The Clean Community 
System Program, modeled after the Keep 
America Beautiful, Inc., is being developed with a 
grant from the State of Virginia, Division of Litter 
Control. The primary goal is to reeducate the 
community to methods of reducing the litter 
problem. 

Zeta Kappa chapter 
elects officers Monday 

Zeta Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority 
will elect officers at a closed meeting on Monday, 
March 19 at 8 p.m. at the home of Barbara 
Gunby. A transferee ritual will be held for Nancy 
Collins who is being welcomed into Zeta Kappa, 
transferring from Naples, Italy. 

The cultural program entitled "Estates" will be 
presented by Jim Higgins, a local accountant. For 
the March social, members will tour Hickory 
Farms Cheese Store. 



Student art on display 

at Great Neck branch library 

Throughout the month of March there will be a 
display of art work done by students of 
Lynnhaven Junior High School at the Great Neck 
branch of the Virginia Beach Public Library. 

The art display includes pencil drawings, pen 
and ink drawings and prints done by the eighth 
and ninth grade students of Ms. Cheryl Capps and 
Ms. Marianne Michaels. The display is free and 
open to the public during public hours of the 
library. 

Tidewater Coin Club 
holds Coln-A'Rama 

Tidewater Coin Club will hold its 3rd 
Anniversary Coin-A-Rama at the Sheraton Beach 
Inn at Oceanfront and 36th Street, Virginia 
Beach, Saturday. March 17 and Sunday, March 
18. 

Coin-A-Rama will include educational exhibits 
such as displays from (he United Slates 
government and local police and security units, 
competitive exhibits of rare coins and numismatic 
material, and displays by approximately fifty 
dealers of coins, stamps and oiher items of 
numismatic interest from throughout the country. 
Show hours arc 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Each person attending 
will received a free coin as ihcy register and free 
door prizes consisting of gold and silver coins will 
be given away during the show. Admission is free. 
The public is inviied to attend. 



Foundry United MettiiNllst 
holds groundbreaking 

Foundry United Methodist Church held 
groundbreaking ceremonies recently on Sunday, March 
4, for a new sanctuary. 

In addition to a large crowd of parishioners, the 
groundbreaking was attended by the first pastor of 
Foundry Church, Rev. Douglas Ebert. Superintendent 
of Norfolk District of United Methodist Church, Rev. 
F. Douglas Dillard Jr. as also in atiendence as were 
John Pruhs, lay leader of First Methodist Church, 
norfolk; Herman Grube, architect who drew the plans 
for the building and S.C. Voliva, contractor for the new 
structure. 

There was a presentation of flowers by Mrs. Herbert 
Smith, charter member of Foundry Church, to Rev. and 
Mrs. Ebert and to the present minister. Rev. Bartee and 
his family. There were also presentations by Rev. 
Dillard from the Builders Club of Norfolk District and a 
special gift from Rev. Bartee's 97 year old uncle, Guy 
Presnell from Tennessee. 

Rev. Ebert, guest preacher, spoke of the beginnings 
of the church in a sheepfold in 1958. That first service 
was on Sept. 13 of that year and was attended by 22 
people. There were 377 in attendence on March 4 at the 
groundbreaking. 

Following the message by Rev. Ebert there was a 
communion service during which the congregation 
moved from the present sanctuary, outside to the site of 
the new one to complete the groundbreaking and finally 
to partake of a joint communion. 

Those taking part in the groundbreaking ceremonies 
were Robert Powell, chairman of the building 
committee; William Somerville, lay leader of Foundry 
Church; John Brewington, president of the men's club 
at Foundry; Rev. Douglas Dillard, superintendent of 
Norfolk District; Rev. Douglas Ebert, first pastor of 
Foundry; John Pruhs, lay leader of First United 
Methodist Church, Norfolk; Roger Schoenhardt, 
United Methodist Men; Mrs. Vivian Mathews, president 
of the Women's Society; Kevin Van Horn, president of 
the youth group; Mike Warren, representing the 
children of the church and Rev. John Bartee, pastor of 
Foundry Church. — _„-„„.^„„_„ 

Following the service there was a reception and 
fellowship time for all. 




I- Obituaries 

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Irvin G. Abeloff age 68 
of Ridimond and Virginia 
Beach) Va. and of Palm 
Beach, Florida, died in 
Florida on Sunday, Feb. 
25. 

Abeloff is survived by 
his wife, Peari A. Abeloff, 
a daughter, Ellen A. 
Shapiro of Norfolk, a 
daughter, Judy A. Blum 
of Virginia Beach, and a 
son, William H. Abeloff 
of Richmond. He is also 
survived by six 
grandchildren. 

Private family funeral 
and internment services 
were held in Richmond on 
March I. 

ASTUTE lUYERS 

The man or woman who readi 
their community newspaper 
from covo'-to-Gover each iuttc it 
not only a well-informed penon 
on local evenu, but liii or her 
knowledge through Uin reading 
habit makes them become the 
most astute buyers In this 
community. 



Picturad from left to right ira Nil SonorviHo, Bob PowoN, 
John Brewington and Rev. John Birtoo. 



Zoning appeal price up • 



The cost of an appeal to 
the Board of Zoning 
Appeals has been 
increased from $25 to $50 
by Virginia Beach City 
Council. 

The chartge was 
approved Monday 
afternoon on 

recommendation of City 



manager George L. 
Hanbury who said the 
present fee is not 
sufficient to cover 
administrative costs. 

Appeals under Section 
205 of the Comprehensive, 
Zoning Ordinance, 
pertaining to major 
recreational equipment, 
will remain at $10. ' 



Catholic Family and Children 's Services 
schedules annual meeting and brunch 



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Reverend William J. Peters, a Roman Catholic priest 
and Family Life Director of the Diocese of Altoona- 
Johnstown, PA., will be the guest speaker at the 46th 
Annual Meeting and Brunch of Catholic Family and 
Childrcn's^CTvice, March 18 at the Phie Tree Inn. 2932 
Virginia Beaeh Boulevard, "Vliitnia Iteii^ '^ 

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The annual meeting and brunch starting at 12 noon 
will be preceeded by a 10:30 Mass at St. Nicholas 
Catholic Church, 544 Little Neck Road, Virginia Beach 
with The Most Reverend Walter F. Sullivan. Bishop of 
the Catholic Diocese of Richmond as the celebrant. 

The Mass is open to the public as is' the brunch. 



Tickets are $5.25 per person and may be obtained by 
calling 625-2568. Mrs. Mary Ellen Cox, president of the 
Board of Directors of Catholic Family and Children's 
Services invites all interested parties to attend. 
^InstillatTon Qr^?ffce^.fQf the 1979-1981 term ^f the ,» . 
tjecuive »oara;will in9]i,)ip: totijAtfc^ , 

Nlike Devereux, first vice president; Leon Walden, 
second Vice president; Mrs. Freda Stanley, secretary; 
Denis Wilson, treasurer and Mrs. Mary Ellen Cox, 
outgoing president as Executive Chairperson. 

Catholic Family and Children's Services is a United 
Way Agency, serving the area since 1932 with offices 
located in Norfolk and Virginia Beach. 



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rVlrglnIa B^aeh happenings 



^^•ndwm-k$hop fi 
plans grand opanhig 

The Virginli Beach Sheltered Work«hop 
Assoaation, a facUity dedicated to providing 
employment for the mentally handicapped citizens 
of Virginia Beach, will conduct its grand opening 
March 16. 

The Mayor of Virginia Beach, the Honorable 
James Standing, will offldtte at a dedication 
ceremony to be held at 1 p.m. in the workshop's 
new facility at 3432 Virginia Beach Blvd. Invitees 
mclude Governor and Mrs. Dalton, members of 
the City Council of Virginia Beach, Congressman 
Whitehurst, State Senator Joe Canada, officials 
of the State and City govermnents concerned with 
Mental Health and the general public. 



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The popular Norfolk YMCA Swim^Oym 
Prognun for youth starts again on March 31. Bus 
transportation is provided to 4he YMCA from 
Vii^niaB^ch. 

The program includes swimming and gymnastic 
lessons held each Saturday for ten weeks.' All skill 
levels will be taught. 

But pick ups Ui Virginia Be«A are at Hilltop 
Shopping Center, Princess Theatre, Pembroke 
Mall. Kempsville Elementary School and 
Arrowhead Shopping Center, a 

For registration or additional information, 
contact the Norfolk YMCA at 622-6328. Classes 
are open to the public. 



Cl.s.6«M(ft>r«teMdtotettes ^""•««'"*ve.etocfpf«cert 



A series of four free classes for adult diabetics 
and their families will be given by General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach. The classes will meet 
on four con,secutive Wednesdays, beginning 
March 21 andending April 1 1. All classes begin at 
7:30 p.m. in a meeting room at the hospital. 

A physidars recommendation is not required, 
but pre-registration is necessary because class size 
is limited. Call the hospital's main telephone 
number fronv8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays. 

The course includes films, slide presentations, 
group discussions and speakers, with no session 
lasting more than two hours. All programs will be 
presented by members of the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach staff. Instruction will be general, 
not individual. 

These classes are planned for persons over 18 
years old. Parents or teachers of young diabetics 
are welcome. If sufficient interest develops, a 
special scries could be held for juvenile and/or 
teenaged diabetics. 



Navywivaapnaattt 
art exhibition, aueilon 

The Navy Norfolk All Officers Wives Club will 
present an exhibition and auction of fine art from 
all over the world as a benefit on March 17. 
Original oils, watercolors, and graphics by 
internationally famous artists will be on display. 
All art is custom framed, guaranteed by written 
certificate, ready to hang in home or office. 

The auction will be held at the Damn Neck 

Officers Club. The exhibition and reception will 

; begin at 6:30 and thcWKtioaat J43a Cost is $3 

I per person with hor^^^mrrr Jul Jlil SiQIt bar. 

I Master Charge and Visa acc^ted. A piece of fine 

art will be offered as a door priw. 

For reservations call Sue Lamon, 499-8894. or 
Margaret Roberson, 547-3547. 

Colonial Ikimaa XVU Contury 
host mooting Manh J 7 

The Virginia Beach monbo-s of the Su^olk 
Chapter, Colonial l^unes XVU Century, will hmt 
the meeting on Saturday, March 17, to be held at 
the Canterbury Room, Thalheimer's Tea Room. 
Military Circle. 

The business meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. 
The guest speaker Miss Kathy Guion. 
administrative assistant of the Municipal 
reference center, will speak on "Colonial Virginia 
Beach - Its History and Folklore" at 1 1:30 a.m. A 
luncheon will follow the program. 

The membership of the Suffolk ChaiKer extends 
from the Peninsula to Suffolk and encompasses 
Virginia Beach. Portsmouth, Chesapeake and 
Norfolk. The program will point out two of the 
prime objectives of the Virginia Society, Colonial 
Dames XVJI Century, to foster interest in 
historical Colonial research and to develop a 
library specializing in the 17th century American 
Colonial data. 

St. Pat's iKnnor dmieo 
sponsored by Sons oihaly 

Sons of Italy, Roma Lodge #234 will have a St. 
Patrick's Day Dinner Dance ^t the Club House, 
3097 Magic Hollow Boulevard, Virginia Beach on 
Saturday, March 17. Music will be by "The 
Millionaires". All process to go to Birth Defects 
Foundation. 



Shep^vor, skateboard eontest 
piannedbyBoys'ChA 

The Boys' Qub of Virginia Baach will be having 
a deep-over for boys a^ lO-IS Friday. Mwch 
16, at the club. Thne will also be a ikiteb<wd 
contest held on Saturday, Mar^ 17. Membtfihi^ 
to the club are still open for boys a^ 7>16, for 
$15 per year. 

Story iN»olr MMlrt Mto 
prntomumeesthh^wmk 

Plan to celebrate IntemadcHial Yftr of the 
Child by attending a ^'fornuwof by The 
Storybook Ttottre Computf M the Virginia 
Bmii RftTMtion Com* March 15 aM 19 at 8 
p.m., and March 17 ami II it 3 p.m. AA^^m is 
free and no res&vatiom tn mom»ty, P<y mmt 
information, conti^ torn Lov^ M $H-IW . 



The Nimitz Enlisted Wives Club will hold it's 
installation of new officers on March 22 from 10 
a.m. to 2 p.m. The installation ceremonies will be 
held at the Chapel in the Woods with a reception 
following at the Ship-N-Shore Wives Club BIdg. 
NOB. There will be a pot-luck luncheon at the 
reception. Free babysitting is provided. 

For more information or directions, contact 
Mrs. Joanie Sargent at 587-6697 or Helen 
Holzapfel at 583-0950. 

Adam Thoroughgood chapter 
holds monthly meeting 

Mrs. Joseph B. Sadler, Director of the Oral 
History Project, Virginia Beach, will be the giiest 
speaker at the monthly meeting of the Adam 
Thoroughgood chapter, Daughters of the 
American Revolution. The chapter will meet at the 
Kirn Memorial Library in Norfolk on Thursday, 
March 22 and 10 a.m. 

Mrs. William Harry Austin Jr., hostess for the 
meeting and State Chairman of the Genealogical 
Records Committee, reminds members to "bring 
Family Bibles and family records to be xeroxed. A 
report of the state conference of the Virginia DAR 
held at the Omni International Hotel March 12- 
14, will be given by the regent, Mrs. Rice M. 
Youell Jr., and the chapter's delegate, Mrs. 
Milton W. Thorpe. New member Mrs. Thad A. 
Broom will be officially welcomed. 

Stained glass classes 

Stained glass enthusiasts take note: Registration 
is almost complete for the spring session, and pre-' 
r^istWitfWft iifidtt^y for the summer session of 
professional instruction in leaded stained glass art 
for beginners at The Tiffany Touch Stained Glass 
Studio and School in Virginia Beach. Advanced 
classes in slab. glass and lampmaking^ are also 
being scheduled. 

Starting April 4, classes limited to eleven 
beginners will be offered over an eight-week 
period each Wednesday from noon lill 2 p.m., and 
on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The 
summer session will begin June 12. Students 
completing the 16-hour course will fabricate a 
mirror equal to or exceeding the value of the 
tuition which is $80.00. Tools and supplies valued 
at approximately $50-$75 will be needed. 



New shows on display 
at Beach Arts Center 



The exhibition "Early Chicago Architecture," which 
opened at the Virginia Beach Arts Center March 10 and 
will continue through March 31, presents a selection of 
photographs and measured drawings of structures that 
attained importance in the Chicago School of 
Architecture between approximately 1880 and I9I0. 

The photographs, plans, and drawings were selected 
from the rich files of the Historic American Buildings 
Survey, a unit of the National Park Service which for 
the last two years has supported intensive projects of 
recording significant Chicago structures. Sponsored 
jointly be the Historic American Buildings Survey and 
the Smithsonian Institution, this exhibition is currently 
on a nationwide tour under the auspices of the 
Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. It 
is sponsored in Virginia Beach by the City of Virginia 
Beach through its Arts and Humanities Commission. 

Accompanying the Chicago architectural exhibition is 
a selection of contemporary paintings, drawings, and 
color zerox art by San Francisco artist, James Weaver. 
Weaver is a native of West Virginia, who holds a Master 
of Fine Arts degree from the San Francisco Art 
Institute. Weaver's abstract works are concerned with 
investigations into the nature of spatial relationships 
and color. 

The exhibitions of "Early Chicago Architecture" and 
the Weaver show will be on display at the Virginia 
Beach Arts Center through March 31. Gallery hours are 
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The 
exhibitions are free and open to the public. 

A third show sponsored by the Arts Center is an 
exhibition of drawings by former Arts Center President, 
Edward G. Carson. Carson heads the firm of Edward 
G. Carson and Associates, Inc., in Norfolk. He studied 
art and sculpture at the National Art School, 
Washington, D.C; Asbury College; Norfolk State 
College; and the Chrysler Museum Art School, and has 
been painting seriously since 1963 after receiving First 
and Honorable Mention Awards in the Virginia Beach 
Boardwalk Art Show. 

The West Virginia native has been the recipient of 
over 80 awards in painting, sculpture, ^nd drawing, 
including seven Best in Show Awards throughout the 
East Coast. 



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Learn about 
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the library 

March 17th is the feast 
day of St. Patrick, patron 
saint of Ireland. It's 
Ireland's greatest national 
holiday. 

The life of ^\. Patrick is, 
'9 great source of tran^tlOB ^ 
and legend that has 
becoine a part of Irish 
histo/5'. St. Patrick's 
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Irish history and customs 
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Straet lights 
r«i|idr«d 

For years, developers 
have been including street 
lights in subdivisions, so it 
wasn't until one decided 
not to that the City of 
Virginia Beach learned 
that it had no ordinance 
requiring street lights in as 
part of its site plan 
regulations. 

City Manager George 
L. Hanbury told council 
Monday afternoon that 
standard lamps have 
always been used, 
corrdinating with Vepco 
requirements, and 
developers "have been 
doing it voluntarily for 
years." 

But to make sure in the 
future, an ordinance 
requiring street lights will 
be presented to council 
next Monday. 



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VhginiaBeach^siin 
Flexibility needed 

The National Academy of Sciences' report 

on saccharin suggests the most sensible 

: resolution yet proposed to the dilemma posed 

by discovery of the artificial sweeteners' 

cancer-causjng properties. 

The outright ban on saccharin advocated by 
the Food and Drug Administration on 1977 
would, we think, adversely affect the nation's 
diabetics as well as those millions afflicted 
with obesity. But, by law, the FDA is 
prohibited from considering these effects 
^nce the link between cancer and saccharin is 
established. 

What the National Academy of Sciences' 
report recommends is, in essence, a careful 
'balancing of saccharin's cancer-causing 
potential against its acknowledged health 
benefits as an artificial sweetener. Thus, 
saccharin might be restricted in ways that 
would preserve its usefulness to those who 
need it most while curtailing consumption by 
the general public. 

To enable the FDA to implement such a 
solution to the saccharin problem. Congress 
must amend the FDA law. This would permit a 
reasonable resolution of the controversy. 

Equally important, the FDA would thereby 
be granted the flexibility it needs to make 
rational decisions about scores of other 
a)mmonpiace substances whose usefulness may 
Outweigh the danger inherent in a maginal link 
^ cancer. 



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Yesterday's Sun Aprii3,i9S9 



City budget wllibe cut 

The 1%9-I970 budget for Virginia Beach will be cul, 
possibly by as much as $l-.5 million from its present $45 
million, as presented by City Manager Roger Scott., 

Monday evening council met with School Board 
representatives, with an eye toward paring down the 
$23.8 school budget. Another meeting was tentatively 
set for Wednesday night and additional meetings are 
also scheduled with department heads beforethe budget 
public hearing on April 14 at 10 a.m. 

City Council does not have the authority to cut 
specific items \n the school budcet. bitf if can cut the 



I This year taxpayers must file their returns 
op or before April 16, since April 15 falls on a 
Sunday. What happens if a taxpayer doesn't 
meet this deadline? 

When a taxpayer does not file a return by 
tlje due date, the IRS can impose a penalty of 
five percent of tax due for each month, of part 
o|a month, that the return remains unfiled, up 
to a maximum penalty of 25 percent . 

Payments of taxes due should be made with 
the tax return when it is filed. The IRS can 
charge interest on taxes not paid on or before 
the due date, even if an extension of time for 
filing is granted. 

In addition, the IRS can set a penalty of 
one-half of one percent of the unpaid taxes for 
each month, or part of a month, beyond the 
due date that the tax remains unpaid. The 
maximum penalty is 25 percent. 



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ZONING, from p^« 1 ■ 

else may go up in place of the mini warehouses. 

The applications were denied by a vote of 7-4 witK 
those voting against denial including Councilmen Reid 
Ervin, Clarence A. Holland, Donald Merrick and J. 
Curtis Payne. 

Council considered two requests involving flag lots, 
another subdivision arrangement which has given rise to 
a few headaches in the past. 

Flag lots are lots set behind other lots with only a 
narrow frontage on the road for access. 

In one, council denied the request of Phil Bonifant 
for a subdivision variance on a 3.58 acre site on the 
north side of Indian River Road, west of West Neck 
Creek, Princess Anne Borough. Bonifant wanted to 
subdivide' this site into three lots so that his sons, (who 
are primary school age) could each have a lot, he said. 
The flag lot would have a width of 29 feet on the road 
where the required lot width is 150 feet. 

In a second request, Walter W. Russell, III, who 
already had subdivision cl«irance for flag lots on his 
property, asked a variance on a 1 .05 acre site on the east 
side of Woodstock Road, north of Providence Road, 
Kempsville Borough to waive curb and gutter. 

He was granted his request by a vote of 10-1 (Holland 
voted no) because there were no other curbs and gutters 
on the street. 

Council also denied the application of Larry O. and 
Jcanie Wenger for a change of zoning from AG-1 
Agricultural District to B-2 Community Business 
Di.strict on a 2.2 acre parcel at the intersection of 
Sandbridge Road and Lotus Drive. 



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The spring program for non-credit Spectrum courses 
begins at the Virginia Beach Campus March 22. 

The Spectrum program, so called because it includes a 
wide variety of subjects, is TCC's Community 
Education program for the interest, enrichment, and 
special occupational needs of citizens in the community. 
The Spectrum courses offered may vary from quarter 
to quarter. For example, recent Additions include 
genealogy and disco dancing. New courses are added at 
the request of the public or when the Office of 
Continuing Education ascertains that there is wide 
interest in a particular subject. Classes ire dropped 
from the schedule by the same creiteria ~ once a subject 
loses its appeal to the community, it is no longer 
offered. 

Spectrum courses are offered at reasonable costs 
which may vary according to the course requirements 
for materials. The Spectrum program is self-supporting. 
Instructors* salaries are paid with student Spectrum 
registration fees, and the program uses no tax dollars. 

With- a few exceptions, the Spectrum courses are 
offered at the Camp Pendleton Center. Citizenship 
Education, for those who want to become United States 
citizens, is taught for only a $5.00 registration fee. A 
series of lectures entitled "Law Everyone Should 
Know," which offers discussion of legal areas 
encountered in everyday situations, will be offered at 
the main campus beginning March 28, 1979. 

Among the most popular Spectrum courses is disco 
and jazz dancing which features several sections of 
beginning and intermediate instruction. 

Several investment courses are offered this quarter. In 
addition to the popular Investments and Tax Shelters, 
the spring program features Mutual Funds: Their Use 
and Abuse, and Listed Option Investment Strategies. 

Adventures in Attitudes is a personal growth course 
designed to help the individual improve mind and spirit 
through positive thought and action, while Slimnastics 
offers physical fitness. 

Parliamentary Law, dealing with the rules of order 
for organizations and meetings, is taught by a well- 
known local parliamentarian. 

Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Sign 
Language are offered for those who want to learn to 
communicate with the deaf . 

Conversational French is the popular language 
offering in the program. AstTology, nower Arran^. 
Folk Guitar, Genealogy, and Interior De«>r«tiiii 
complete the Spectrum spring Ust and are all ccwrses 
which have been offered consistently for several 
quartere. 

The seventeen courses offered in the spring Spectrum 
program represent a wide range of Interests. Tidewater 
Community College depends upon suggestions and 
requests from the public for Spectrum course ideas. We 
are always glad to hear suggestions and look forward to 
yours. Call the Virginia Beach Campus Office of 
Continuing Education at 427-3070. 

Registration for the Spectrum prc^ram is underway, 
and students may register by. mail. Contact us for 
registration forms and information on course dates and 
C(»ts. 



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total city share of money sought, leaving the specific 
cuts up to the school officials. The city share request is 
now $10.6 million. The rest is to be provided by other 
sources, including the state and federal governments. ... 

Amendment on water defeated 

Despite efforts of Virginia Beach State Sen. Edward 
T. Caton III, an amendment to a segment of the state 
constitution concerning State Corporation Commission 
control over Norfolk's water lines in Virginia Beach was 
soundly defeated. 

Caton's amendment would have provided for SCC 
control of rates on municipal utilities outside the limits 
of the city that owns the utility. The action was 
specifically aimed at giving the SCC control over setting 
the rates of water in Virginia Beach, although Norfolk 
owns the lines and provides the water. 

The amendment was defeated 31-8, although it was 
passed last week in the House of Delegates. The rate for 
water in Virginia Beach at present is much higher than 
in Norfolk. ... 

Abandoned building may be iHirking lot ^ 

The fate of the old E)ept. of Public Works building at 
18th and Arctic in Virginia Beach Borough now lies in 
the hands of City Council. At its informal meeting 
Monday council heard a recommendation by the 
building committee that the old World War II barracks 
be demolished and the land be used as a parking lot. 

No decision was made at the meeting, but the 
sentiment was that the building should be razed as soon 
as possible and that use for a city parking lot or for 
some other ground lease should be explored fully in the 
next two weeks before council's regular meeting on 
April 14. A final decision is expected then. ... 

Expressway tolls rise 

February was a profitable month for the Virginia 
Beach - Norfolk Expressway, with all receipts above 
those of the same month of a year ago. 

Records show 831,000 vehicles travelled the roadway 
during the month, an increase of 226,000 vehicles over 
February of last year. Revenue from tolls amounted to 
$156,000 for a $42,000 increase over revenue received 
during the same period of l%8. 

The revenue from the expressway's operation was 
sufficient enough to leave a sum of $138,550 after 
payment of operating expenses. This sum was applied to 
bonds used in building the roadway and was $25,217 
above the month's interest on the bonds. 



BUYERS, from p^t 1 — 

the buyers about what 
they're getting into by 
adding conditions to 
inform on the site plans. 

Councilman Reid Ervin 
then asked whether the 
same thing could be done 
to tell buyers they were 
going to be located in or 
near a fiight path from the 
Naval Air Station at 
Oceana. 

City attorney said that 
such notations can be 
made on subdivision plats. 

City Manager Grorge 
L. Hanbury said that 
many conditions are 
already required on site 
plans. Additional 
conditions would only be 
applicable on new plats. 
Any chants which would 
be made on old plats 
would requie enabling 
legislation from the 
General Assembly, he 
said. 

Bimson was directed to 
prepare an ordinance 
listing conditions which 
would be sought by the 
ciiy. 

Hanbury introduced the 



farmette question with a 
recommendation that the 
city continue to r^uire 
curbs and gutters on 
farmettes. Farmettes are 
generally located in 
agricultural areas 
inaccessible to water and 
sewer and on ground too 
poorly drained to support 
septic tanks with smaller 
lots. With Health 
Department approval the 
property can be developed 
with a minimum of three- 
acre lots. 

Hanbury said that 
farm^tes Iwve turned out 
to be no more than ralho- 
largesubdivismns. 

He said that curlu Midi 
gutters make road* 
maintenance easier and 
reduces vandalism 
resulting when "turf 
clubs" drive owo yanJs. 

The Health 

DeiHirtment, he Mid, also 
recommemb the curiM ai^ 
gutters because of the 
poorly drains mIL fte 
quicker the run^f, the 
better the ^ptic tanks, he 
said. 



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insurance claim if you make sure your correct claim 
number is on the claim form. 

Use of the wrong claim number or omission of the 
number on the form is the reason for one of every three 
delays that occur in the payment of medical insurance 
claims. 

Your health insurance claim number identifies your 
claim when you request Medicare payment on bills for 
medical services. 

If you put a wrong number - or don't enter a number - 
on the request for medicare payment form, a search for 
your correct number is necessary. The search can delay 
your payment. 

The b«ilth insurance claim number appears on the 
card issued to everyone covered by Medicare. 

It has nine numbers followed by a letter symbol, such 
as A, B, F2, etc. 

This claim number should be copied, including the 
letters onto the designated place on the request for 
Medicare payment form. 

The medical insurance part of Medicare helps pay for 
doctor bills and many other medical expenses for almost 
everyone 65 or over. 

Request for Medicare payment forms are available at 
most doctor's offices and at the Social Security 
Administration office. > 

If a doctor and his patient agree, the doctor can be 
paid directly by Medicare. If the patient sends in the 
claim, the Medicare payment goes to him. 

Medicare pays 80 percent of reasonable charges for 
covered medical services after the $60.00 anjiual 
deductible has been met. ; 

The medical insurance is the voluntary part of 
Medicare, funded by individual. premiums that are 
matched by the Federal Government. It supplements 
Medicare hospital insurance, which is funded by regular 
social security contributions and helps pay hospital bills 
of people 65 and over. 

If you have lost your medicare card or if you need 
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Beach sophomore elected xy 
student aesoclathnwh^*^^ 

Robert T. Mooney, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Andrew J. Mooney of Virginia Beach, has been 
elected Student Association Whip at Mary 
Washington College for the 1979-80 session. 

As a whip, Mooney, a sophomore at the four- 
year, coeducational college, will serve as chairman 
of the campus student lobbying group and 
represent special concerns and interests of the 
student body to the SA Executive Cabinet. 

His parents live on Gardenia Road. 



Make-up day scheduled 

The School Board, at a special meeting on 
Tuesday, March 6, voted lo use Thursday, March 
29, 1979, as the "make-up" day for the day 
schools were closed because of snow. 



Russian history course 
offered at TCC 

The Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater 
Community College is offering a new course in 
Russian history beginning in the upcoming spring 
quarter beginning March 26. 

"A Survey of Russian History III: The 
Revolution to the Present" presents a history of 
the Soviet regime. Major topics of discussion will 
include the rise of the Communists to power, 
Stalin's role in Soviet history, dissent in the Soviet 
Union, Russian life today, the Soviet Army and 
Navy during periods of war and peace, and the 
future of the Soviet Union. 

The class will meet Mondays, 4:45 - 6:45, in 
Room C-149 at the Virginia Beach campus. 
Registration for this and all other classes is 
underway and will continue through March 21. 
For additional information, contact the Virginia 
Beach campus at 427-3070. 



BJU announces dean^s list 

Virginia Beach students are included on the 
dean's list of Bob Jones University, Greenville, 
S.C. Students listed earned at least a B average 
during the first semester. 

Local students listed are: 

Misses Elizabeth Jane and Cynthia Lynn 
Andersen, and Robin Wayne Andersen, daughters 
and son of Rev. and Mrs. Charles J. Andersen of 

^»^il!^ R!|aiiWi»*ii»»»*fC>wehltta*»"* 
sophomore, and Elizabeth is a freshman. Both are 
in the School of Education. Mr. *Ancle!?en is a 
senior in the School of ReHgfon. 

Joel Dean Bieber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. 
Bieber of Saunders Street, Virginia Beach; 
freshman. School of Business Administration. 

Huey Charles Cofty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Huey 
C. Cofty Sr. of Kempsville Road, Virginia Beach; 
freshman, School of Business Administration. 

Cecil Burt Duren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane 
Duren of Rolleston Drive, Virginia Beach; junior. 
School of Business Administration. 

Misses Laura Grace and Martha Elizabeth 
Olson, daughters of Capt. and Mrs. Ross S. Olson 
of Balboa Drive, Virginia Beach; Laura is a 



sophomore in the College of Artyjind Science, and 
Martha is a freshman in the s|tK)oI of ittsiness 
Administration. 



Spectrum courses to begin 

The Spectrum program of non-credit courses 
for the spring quarter begins at the Virginia Beach 
campus of Tidewater Community College March 
22. 

This quarter's Spectrum offerings include two 
new courses dealing with investments. In addition 
to the popular "Investments and Tax Shelters" 
which meets Thursday evenings beginning March 
29, "Listed Option Investment Strategies" will 
meet Tuesdays beginning March 27, and "Mutual 
Funds: Their Use and Abuse" will meet 
Thursdays beginning March 22. 

The investments courses are taught by qualified 
investment experts affiliated with local offices of 
top-rated national firms. 

Students may register for Spectrum courses by 
mail. For registration forms and additional 
information, contact the Office of Continuing 
Education at 427-3070. 



Top academic achievement 
cited at Randolph-Macon 

A Virginia Beach student has been cited for top 
academic achievement at Randolph-Macon 
Academy in Front Royal, Virginia, following the 
completion of the third grading period for the 
current session at the college-preparatory 
institution. 

Stanley Lincoln Stevens Jr., the son of Cmdr. 
and Mrs. Stanley L. Stevens Sr. of Locke Lane in 
Virginia Beach was among 15 students included on 
the Academy's First Honor Roll after compiling a 
perfect 4.00 grade-point average on a 4.00 system. 
He is a sophomore at R-MA. 



Beach student iakewpsrt 
In urban renewal study 

Allen E. Anderson of Virginia Beach is one of 
15 Virginia Tech architecture students 
participating in a joint enterprise in design 
education and urban renewal involving the affairs 
of East Baltimore, and particularly the 
neighborhood of Berea. 



{ Servfci academy nominations 
Include Beach students 

Fourth District Congressman Bob Daniel has 
nominated 31 young men and women for the 
United States Naval Academy, Military Academy, 
Air Force Academy and Merchant Marine 
Academy for the 1979-80 term. 

Daniel selected his nominees on the basis of 
iiigh school grades, scores of the College Entrance 
Exam Boards, recommendations, and 
extracurricular activities. 

Nominated to the Naval Academy at 
Annapolis, Maryland from Virginia Beach are 
Raymond Bryant and John Michael Cooney. 



Mighty ate — School lunch menu 



March 14, Wednesday 

beefaroni 

tossed salad w/dressing 

pineapple cup 

french roll/butter 

chilled milk 

March 15, Thursday 

pig in blanket 

baked beans 

applesauce 

devils food cake 

chilled milk 

March 16, Friday 

sloppy joe on bun 
french fries w/catsup 

half apple 

p^uiut butter crispie 

chilled milk 

March 19, Monday 

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freich fries w/catsup 

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March 20, Tuesday 

pizza w/meat & cheese 

tossed salad w/dressing 

sliced peaches 

chilled milk 

March 21, Wednesday 

oven baked fish 

macaroni & cheese 

buttered gr^n beans 

applesauce 



cornbread/butter 
chilled milk 

March 22, Thursday 

"international favorites 

day" 

seven continents sandwich 

Copenhagen corn 

fruit pinata 
mama mia milk 

March 23, Friday 

lasagna 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUNIl WKDNKSDAY. MARCH 14, 1979 



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Graduates 



Commencement exercises for the grmluating class of the Virginia Beach City Public Schools, School of Practical Nursing 
at the Vo-Tech Educational Center were held Thursday, March 8, 8 p.m., Plaza Junior High School. ^ 

Front Row (I to r): Piii Crook, Tern Dickens, Lisa Patterson. 
Back Row (I to r): Joan Clark, Ann Morse, Carole Strawhariil, Karen Johnson, Jean Houchins, Debbie Friesz, Kathy Uck.'i 

P.A. Junior High holds winter sports banquet 



The Princess Anne Jr. High School held its Winter 
Sports Banquet in the cafeterium on March 5. Special 
guests were Leo Anthony, coach of basketball at 
Princess Anne High School and Gino Carrballo, an all 
around outstanding athlete. 

Special presentations were made to Carol Liverman 
for her dedication to the athletes as their bus driver and 
to Ben Brackins for all his support of the boys 
basketball team as an assistant coach. Tim Cordrey was 
presented a trophy for the most improved basketball 
player. . 

MVP's were: 

Wrestling - Melvin Ridley - City Champ; 

Gymnastics - Kathleen Walizen 

Girls Basketball - Dana Cason; 

Boys Basketball - Brian Brackins. 



Off Ice ed students 
hold appreciation night 

Cooperative Office Education students in the Virginia 
Beach public schools will hold their tenth Annual 
.Appreciation Night at the Cavalier Hotol beginning at 
"^t^m^off March 31. The C.O.E. students will honor 
their employers for giving them a year's office 
experience. Certificates will be given to the employees 
by the students. 

Approximately 150 business firms in the Virginia 
Beach area participate in the Cooperative Office 
Education program. The businesses provide on-the-job 
training experience for juniors and seniors enrolled in 
the COE program of the six senior high schools. 
Students attend classes at the high schools part of the 
day, and work in the offices part of the day. 

Several of the employers to be honored have 
participated in the program for more than ten years. 
These long-time employers will also be recognized. 

This year's event is expected to draw over 350 
students, employers, teachers, and school officials. 



The Booster Club presented the school with a check 
for $1,200 that was made possible by the concessions" 
sold at t^e school's athletics competitions and the" 
school dances. , ; 

The Booster Club will hold its April and May meeting 
at the McDonalds on Lynnhaven Parkway at 7:30 p.m. ^; 
on the first Monday of the month. 



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Realtor conducts imniagtniont class 



\erry visits Beach 



National FMtbaM 
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IM ff FaM, RayMaMi Barry racwitiy mada gaodwiH visits ta Vlrgiiiia Baacli Junior Wgii Sdiaal 
Nan iarry signs antapapfes far Rannia Dnmwrigiit and Forrast Wlniay, studanis at Baysida 
«aa sponsorad by tlia J.6. Wilson Corporation, a local annufacturar. 



lontracts awarded for utilities improvements 



Contraccs totalling 
1425,000 for 

mprovements to 
^ragona, Princess Anne 
nd Pembroke Utilities 
ere approved by Virginia 

feeach City Council 

(Monday afternoon. 



The bids were lower 
than the $580,000 
estimated for the work. 
Awards were made to: 
Suburban Grading and 
Utilities, Inc., $127,490 
for the Floral Street 
pumping station; M.E. 



Wilkins, Inc., $102,478.76 
for the Floral Street force 
main; Hunt Contracting 
Company, $11,800 for the 
Constitution Avenue 
pumping station 

renovations; Hunt 
Contracting Company, 



$7,475 for the Club House 
Road pumping station 
renovations, and 
Ferguson Construction 

Company, $14,566 for the 
Silina Drive pumping 
station renovations. 



Ray Esies, C.R.B.. a 
Virginia Beach real estate 
broker recently conducted 
a three day Real Estate 
Office Management Class 
for Realtors National 
Marketing Institute which 
is headquartered in 
Chicago, Illinois. 

The course is one of five 
courses required to earn 
the Certified Real Estate 



Toastmasters 
name Roberts 

James D. (Doug) 
Roberts, member of the 
shipyard's Merrimac 
Toastmasters Club and a 
Shop 67 Electronics 
Mechanic Instructor, was 
recently appointed 
Administrative Lieutenant 
Governor for Toastmaster 
District 66. 

Roberts, who also held 
the position during the 
1974-1975 year, will 
be working with the 
district's 36 clubs 
throughout the state of 
Virginia. His 

responsibilities involve 
membership quotas, club 
extension, district and 
club directories, and 
district goals. 

Roberts, who is an 
ordained minister in the 
Pentecostal Holiness 
Church, has been actively 
engaged in toastmaster 



Brokerage Managers 
(C.R.B.) Designation in 
addition to other 
educational requirements. 
Estes was selected to 
participate tx% a workshop 
leader last May^y the 
institute. He will conduct 
courses in Minneapolis, 
Long Beach and 
Philadelphia later this 
year. 



MMM D. Robortt 

activities for several years. 
He held the office of Area 
Eight Governor from 1973 
to 1974, and served as 
Educational Lieutenant 
Governor for the district 
from 1975 to 1976. In 
addition to serving as 
Merrimac Club president, 
he has also held other 
offices. 

Roberts lives on 
Clearfield Ave. in Virginia 
Beach. 




^hopping center development 



The sHe of Clyda's Marliat, at tiio intorsaction of Slwrf Oriva and Graat Hack Road, to HMny a landnMrfc, is baing 
dffdopad by a local gravp of bminossnion into a 19,000 sq. faot shopping cantar. Construction has started and 
cimplotian of Soashoro Shoppas is schoduM for May, 1979. Tha astimatad cost of ttia impfOYaniants is approxhnataly 
$^,000. Tha parmmiant and constmction fhianchig has haan handled by Attantic Pennanent Savings and Uan 

Alsociation. The shoppos are of nwdern design witti skyNghts, and tiie store front iriH be glass trtaMwd witii white fhiM 
biick. The leasmg is handled by W. Clay NaUos ef Thanas C. Kyrus A Associates Realty, Inc. of Virgbiia Beach. 



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Ms. June W. Price was 
recently promoted to the 
GS-I2 position as 
administrative officer of 
the Norfolk Naval 
Shipyard's Planning 
DqMrtmoit. Her position 
is that of senior advisor to 
the idanning officer on 
management and 
employee programs for 
approximately 82S 
onployees in various areas 
of planning. 

During her 21 -year 
Navy career, which began 
as a GS-2!'clerk typist at 
the shipyard, she held 
positions in the secretarial 
and management fields. 
^e has worked at the 
Naval Ship Engineering 
Center, Norfolk Division, 
with Commander Service 
Force, Navy Manpower 
and Material Analysis 
Center and the Naval Air 
Rework Facility (NARF)- 

It vns from a position 
as a GS-11 management 
analyst at NARF that she 
return^ to the yard last 
year. She said "my 
philosophy for getting 
ahead is to continually 




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to be prepared when, 
opportunity presents 
itself." 

Ms;"" Prtce, a 
Portsjnouth native, 
graduated^ from 
Churchland High School. 
She lives (Ml Ocean ^ore 
Avenue in Virginia Beach. 



Ben Matthias 

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the most successful 

yearevCT. 




How? By selling over wie million dollars worth 
of Beachcraft airpUmes in fiscal year 1978. 

Which qualifi«l him as a member of the Beech 
MiUiwj Dollar Qub and helped make 1978 the 
sixth record-breaking year in a row for Beech Air- 
craft In feet, it was our best year ever. 

And in the process he made 1978 even more 
suoxssful for Iris many customers. Because now 
they're putting a Beechcraft to work for their 
companies. 

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Jft shop, public baths for fishormn and bathors, a snack bar and a fresh seafood restaurant overiookng the 
^MMpMko lay. It will have a paridng |ot for 175 cars and the entiro facility is scheduled to open April 15, 1979. The 
bMtag has boaa haadlod by Thoaas C. Kyrus A Assocbitos Realty, Inc. a Virginia Beach firm specializfaig in commervial 
and rosidontial proportios. 



Idiyiiw and Reason to Home improvemenl Programs' set by Dept. of Agriculture 



and times: 
Virginia Beach Recreafion Center, 10 a.m. - 12 noon; 
V.P.I. Annex - S. Birdneck Rd., 7 - 9 p.m. 



While it doesn't quite parallel the which-came-first- 
the-chicken-or-the-egg riddle, there does seem to be 
some misunderstanding as to the type of document the 
Virginia Beach Comprehensive Land Use Plan actually 
is. Is it the parent of the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance or the child? Does it bind or merely suggest? 
The main source of the confusion seems to revolve 
around the fact that the CZO, in existence since 1973, 
obviously pre-dates the Land Use Plan and therefore, in 
the minds of some residents, the latter seems to be a 
defining or refining of the CZO. As witnessed at recent 
rezoning request hearings, there seems to be a tendency 
to call up the Land Use Plan as the final say in a 
rezoning request. "We should avoid making any 
exceptions to...." are the words most often heard. This 
view is a misinterpertation of what the planners 
intended. 

The Land Use Plan is the philosophy; the CZO, the 
The LymihavoR Mot nsbtag Pier, which was origfaially bulH in 1955, is undergoing considerable r«novatfcm at a cost of Practice. The Land Use Plan is general; the CZO, 
•ver^OO,000 to ito owners, as announced by Charies Cashman and Julian Absolam. The Pier is hicated on Shore Drive specific. The Land Use Plan is policy; the CZO, law. 
t**!!!*" ^^^^^^** Henry Condondnhnns at the foot of Stor Fish Road. It is 20' wMe, extendmg 1,580 feet bito '''* "*e*^"' ^° ^^^'e* ^he language of the plan itself. 
MM^M. L_-.. .. .- . . ... Page 1 1 of the document states, "The idea behind the 

land use plan, then, is to use it as a guide, not as a 
binding document." Futher, "It should not be assumed 
that there is only one suitable use for each parcel in the 
city, and that the land use plan recognizes that use. 
Deviations from the proposed pattern may very well be 
acceptable..." 

Of course a close evaluation of the intent of the plan 
should be made before embarking on any decisions 
pertaining to rezoning, but the overall flexibility of the 
plan is apparent and explicit. 

Logically, a comprehensive land use plan, which 
outlines the areas in which growth is expected to take 
place over a period of time and offers general guidelines 
for the way in which growth will occur, would be the 
first document to be drawn up. From this general 
""Oulline should then flow the specific ordinance or 
ordinances. 

Having the CZO pre-date the Land Use Plan has 
muddied the issue. But in fact there is not a chicken- 
and-egg riddle at all. Specific land use efforts in Virginia 
Beach date back to 1972 when Council adopted seven 
area development plans. The continuing pressure of 
very rapid growth resutled in the Virginia Beach 
Tomorrow plan, a study which was two years in the 
making. The present is a legitimate heir to all those 
efforts. 

The state of Virginia has ruled that all cities will have 

I a land use plan by 1980, and other Tidewater cities have 

- had them for some time. Chesapeake has had a plan 

since 1972, and the planning department in that city is 

currently in the process of updating its studies aimed at 

projecting future growth until 1990. 

Virginia Beach, due to its phenomenal past growth 
and projected future growth, is addressing itself at this 
time to a five-year projection. This seems reasonable. 

Builders welcome the land use plan; they support the 
concept and they support the plan itself provided that it 
is not interpreted as a rigid, thou-shalt-not document 
from which any slight deviation would be scrupulously 
avoided. Every society and government must have some 
Jeeway, some flexibility in assessing particular 
circumstances and cases while at the same time trying to 
achieve an overall goal or pattern. This is especially true 
in a city such as Virginia Beach where the demographics 
of growth are still considered volatile because the city is 
growing so fast and demand for housing and other 
services is so strong. 

Certainly builders appreciate the fact that every 
rezoning request cannot and will not be granted; but 



they also believe that every rezoning request should be 
examined and considered on its special individual merits 
as well as the general guidelines. The buildefe 
association supports the concepts embodied in the Lai^ 
Use Plan with the emphasis on the word "plan". '^ 

Development funds approved 









Virginia Beach Cily 
Co unci! Monday 

afternoon approved ihe 
application for $2,569,000 
in Communily 

Developmeni funds for 
the 1979-80 (Fifth Year) 
cnlitlement program. 

Included were 

$1,643,000 for water and 
sewer projects in Atlantic 
Park, Gracetown/Beech- 



wood," Newsome Farjj 
and Queen City. $275.0^6 
for drainage projects ^; 
Doyletown, and $65 1, OCR 
for the rehabilitation' 

loan/grant progranj; 
relocation assistanc^ 
acquisition of I'eifl- 
properly, local optiwS 
activities, contingencio^ 
and administration. ■: 



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Accent with accessories 

On Thursday, March 15, a local designer and home 
economist will show participants how to use their 
favorite pieces of furniture, creative craft articles, and 
turn odds and ends into smart decorative pieces. The 
program is free and will be given at the following times 
and locations: 

Virginia Beach Recreation Center7i6a.m. - 12 noon; 

V.P.L Annex - S. ffigd^^ iq[£*©^,m. 

DccoriBigniHieai^ 

On Wednesday, March 21, a local interior designer 
and home economist will present basic decorating 
techniques in color fabrics and wall coverings. The 
program is free and^ill be held at the following places 



Savings and loan association 
nets iKNiors at convontion 



On Wednesday, March 28, there will be 
demonstrations, displays of materials and step-by-step 
instructions on "How To . . ." measure and select 
window treatments with emphasis on new trends and 
styles in window coverings. There is a $1 fee, times and 
locations are as follows: 

V.P.I. Annex - S. Birdneck Rd., 9:30 a.m. - 12 noon; 

V.P.L Annex - S. Birdneck Rd., 7 - 9:30 p.m. 

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Virginia Beach Federal 
\ Savings and Loan 
Association was honored 
in New Orleans for 
excellence in advertising 
programs at the national 
convention of the Savings 
InstituiiQns Marketing 
Society of America. 

The association received 
three awards: one for a 
newspaper ad, one for the 
outstanding quality of its 
annual report and one ftn- 
a radio commercial on 
corporate advertising. 

SIMSA is the national 
professional organization 
ftx marketing executives 



in savings banks 'and 
savings and loan 
associations. The awards 
are announced following 
the group's 12th annual 
marketing and advertising 
competition. 



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ants 

will complete a miniature sample following correct 
steps. The program will be held at the V.P.L Annex on 
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8 ^'KCINJA BEACH SLNDWEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1979 



VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLEC NOTICES 



In.fte Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 2 1 St day of February, 
1979. 

Fred D. White. 
Plaintiff, 
against C79-3 15 
Paula H. White, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion 
occuring February 4, 
1979, to be merged at the 
proper time into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the . defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1S04 Sunshine Road 
Brownsville, Texas. 

It is ordered that Paula 
H. White do appear on or 
before the 13th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Linda Noel Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 




Philip Denman, p.q. 
1800 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 

2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Mary 
Cathran Belyeu 

By: Richard Stanley Kaye 
and Mary Tyler Kaye, 
Petitioners 

To: Cletis Arnold Belyeu 
Cherry Point Marine 
Corps Air Station 
Cherry Point, NC 28533 

In Chancery #C78- 1795 

ORDER 

This day came Richard 

Stanley Kaye and Mary 

Tyler Kaye, Petitioners, 

and represented that the 

object of this proceeding 

is to effect the adoption of 

the above named infant, 

Mary Cathran Belyeu, by 

Richard Stanley Kaye and 

Mary Tyler Kaye, 

husband and wife, and 

affidavit having been 

made and filed that Cletis 

Arnold Belyeu, a natural 

parent of said child(ren), 

is a non-resident of the 

State of Virginia, the last 

known post office address 

being: Cherry Point 

Marine Corps Air Station, 

Cherry Point, N.C. 28533. 

It is therefore Ordered 

that the said Cletis Arnold 

Belyeu appear before this 

Court within ten (10) days 

after publication of this 

Order and indicate his/her 

attitude toward the 

proposed adoption, or 

otherwise do what is 

necessary to protect his 

interest in this matter. 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979, 

In re: Adoption of Heather 
Elizabeth Principle 

By: Roy Edward Austin 
and Ramona Louise 
Austin, Petitioners 

To: John Steven Burke 

In Chancery #C79-222 

ORDER 

'This day came Roy 
Edward Austin and 
Ramona Louise Austin, 
Petitionei's, and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s). 
Heather Elizabeth 
Principle, by Roy Edward 
Austin and Ramona 
Louise Austin,' husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that John Steven 
Burke, a natural parent of 
said child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
unknown. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the saidtjohn Steven 
Burke appear before this 
-Court within ten (1(Q days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By:JoyA.''i6hansen, 
Deputy Clerk 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 16th day of February, 
1979. 

Donna Ann Fox. Riojas, 
Plaintiff, against Gilbert 
Riojas, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Naval 
Amphibious Base, Little 
Creek, Ship Shore 
Department, Virginia 
Beach, VA 23455, it is 
ordered that Gilbert 
Riojas do appear on or 
before the 13th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

J. Brian Donnelly, p.q. 

2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



4748 Kerle St., 
Jacksonville, Florida 
32205. 

It is ordered that- 
Willene Jan Luke do 
appear on or before the 
13th of April, 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Michael E. Grey, p.q. 

2/28.3/7,3/14,3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 20th day of February. 
1979. 

Bruce Lee Johnson, 
Plaintiff, against Sandra 

K. Johnsbilfbefendant . 

' ' > V ion 50 

ORDER OF 



Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 

In Re: The Estate of 
Phyllis N. Lupi. deceased 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a 
report to the accounts of 
Robert L. Simpson, Jr., 
Administrator of the 
Estate of Phyllis N. Lupi, 
deceased, and of the debt 
and demands against her 
estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office, and thftt 
six months have elapsed 
since the qualification, on 
motion of Robert L. 
Simp*on, Jr., 

Administrator, IT IS 
ORDERED that the 
creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the estate do 
show cause, if any they 
can, on the 23rd day of 
March, 1979, before this 
Court at its Courtroom, 
against the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of 
Phyllis N. Lupi, deceased, 
to the Creditors of the 
Estate. 



In the Clerk's Offia of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of Ma^h, 
1979. 

Kenneth Raymond Rpe, 
Plaintiff,against ' 
Diane Ellen Rice Roe, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The Object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of adultery or 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii on the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or city the 
defendant is without 
effect. 

It is ordered that Diane 
Ellen Rice Roe do appear 
on or before the 20th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the [»rties 
living separate and apart 
for over one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 327 William 
Street, Cumberland. 
Maryland 21502, it is 
ordered that Mary 
Margaret Smith Black do 
appear on or before the 
5th of April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

. , Linda Noel Hill 

Deputy Clerk 

W. Shepherd Drewry, 

Jr. p.q. 
3007 Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach, Va. 

2/21.2/28.3/7,3/14 



necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Stuart R. Hays 

2/21,2/28.3/7,3/14 



Virginia: In the Juvenile 
and Domestic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach 

Celesta M. Subda 
Higgins, formerly Celesta 
M. Subda, Complainant 



V. 



John (N) 
Defendant 



Subda,. 



James R. McKenry, p.q. 
2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Andrea 
Rene Baril 

By: Barbara Lee Baril, 
Petitioners 

To: Gloria Jean Baril 

State of Michigan 

(city and county unknown) 

ORDER 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansoi, 
Deputy Oerk 

Karl L. Drews, p.q. 

2/28.3/7.3/14.3/21 



This day came Barbara 
Lee Baril, Petitioner, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant. 
Andrea Rene Baril, by 
Barbara Lee Baril, wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that Gloria 
Jean Baril, a natural 
parent of said child(ren), 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: State of Michigan, 
(city and county 
unknown). 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Gloria Jean 
Baril appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen. 
Deputy Clerk 

J. Peter Holland, III, p.q. 

2/3,3/7.3/14,3/21 



PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Section 20- 
91(9). And an affidavit 
having be^n made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o E.C. Allen, 
2128 Hellbeck St., 
Pueblo, Colorado 810(W, 
it is ordered that Sandra 
K. Johnson do appear on 
or before the 13th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A Johansen, D.C. 



A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Joy A Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Robert L. Simpson, Jr. 
Administrator of the 

Estate 
of Phyllis N. Lupi. 

deceased 



A (Copy-TestifT""'" — """ 
John V. Fentress^ aerk 

Joy A, Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

I 

Virginia L. Cochran, p.q. 
3/7,3/14,3/21,3/28 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of February, 
1979. 

Linda Lee Hyatte, 
Plaintiff, against Allen R. 
Hyatte, Defendant. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day Of February. 
1979. 

Scott Soroky. Plaintiff, 
against Donna Carol 
Spradling Soroky, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



3/14,3/21 



Ralph E. Lawrence 
2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of February, 
1979. 

John Carlton Luke, Sr., 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Willene Jan Luke, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for a period in excess of 
one (1) year. 

And an affidavit having 
bran made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the &ate of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office tMt^t bdiif 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of February, 
1979. 

Benjamin Lee Dickson, 
Plaintiff, against Diane 
Kay Dickson, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 49 N. 
Virginia Lane, 

Westerville, Ohio 43081, 
it is ordered that Diane 
Kay Dickson do appear on 
or before the 6th of April, 
1979. and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Bernard G. Barrow, p.q. 

2/21,2/28,3/74/14 

I 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that due diligence has 
been used by or in behalf 
of the complainant to 
ascertain in which county 
or corporation the 
defendant is, without 
effect, the last known post 
office address being: 417 
24th Street, Apt. 2, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
it is ordered that Allen R. 
Hyatte do appear on or 
before the 5th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
n«%ssary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V, Fentress 

Clerk 

^: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

^uart R. Gordon 

3*^7 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2/21,2/28,3/7,3/14 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of . one -ytar ^' - 
sepautJojvJipnrsulani \^o4iii9u 
Section 20-91(9) of the 
Code of Virginia. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being c/o Girard's 
Discotheque, 10001 
Cathedral St., Baltimore, 
Maryland 21201, it is 
ordered that Donna Carol 
Spradling Soroky do 
appear on or before the 
6th of April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



Docket No. D.2932 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
proceeding is that 
complainii|it asks for 
judgment Against the 
defendant in the amount 
of $2,700.00 plus Interest, 
attorney's fees and costs 
which complainant alleges 
is owed for spousal 
and/or child support 
pursuant to decree of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia dated August II, 
1975. The defendant is 
required to appear and 
protect his/her interests 
on or before April 5, 1979 
at 9:00 A.M. 



PUBLICATION 

The objKt of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 7707 Beach 
Blvd., Jacksonville, 
Florida, it is ordered that 
Georgette Johnson do 
appear on or before the 
6thof April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 
2/21,2/28.3/7,3/14 



A True Copy 

Elizabeth E. Henlet 

Clerk 



4Jlic£X. Smith, ft,C..- 

2/21,2/28,3/7,3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of thr 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of March, 
1979. 

Norman Lee Smith. 
Plaintiff, against Pauline 
(Baker) Smith, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of (his suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinoilo matrimonii from 
the said defendants i||>9it/j<{ 
the grounds of one year , 



In the Clerk's Offipe of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of February, 
1979. 

Harry J. Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ramona 
Lee Marks Carroll, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Louis B. Fine, p.q. 

2/21,2/28,3/7,3/14 



In the Clerk's Offiw of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Vh-ginia Beadi, on 
the 12th day of February, 
1979. 

Elon Chauncey Black, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
Margaret Smith Black, 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The c^ject of this Mk is 
to obtain a divorce i 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of February, 
l«79. 

William John Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ann 
Tlwresa Michaels Carroll, 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the Mid defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and/or one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
mKte and filed that the 
defendant is not a re$id«it 
of the State of Virgiaia, 
the last known post office 
addr^ Nhtg 412 North 
Grecnbay Road, Apt, 
fISOl, Waukegan, 
illii^, it is ordei^ that 
Ann Theresa Michaels 
Carron do app^r on or 
before the 6ch of A^, 
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The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
continuous separation. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thsu 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addrns being 
9716 Forst Lane, Apt. 
2060, DaUas, Texas 75243, 
it is ordered that Ramona 
Lee Marks Carroll do 
appear on or before the 
6t(iof April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her intemt in this 
suit. 

Aa>py-Teste: 
John V. Fentress ' 
Clerk 
Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

James A. Gorry, III p.q. 

2/2I,2/2»,3/7,3/l4 



separation. And aiT 

affidavit baving been , 

made and filed that the [ 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known / 

post office address being: , 

959 Virginia Beach t 

Boulevard, Lot 49, , 

Virginia Beach, Virginia i 

23454, it is ordered that i 

Pauline (Baker) Smith do } 

appear on or before the . 

26th of April, 1979, and ] 

do what may be necessary ^ 

to protect her interest in ^ 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit i 

Deputy Clerk 

Richard J. Tavss 
Royster Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 | 

3/14.3/21,3/28,4/4 ! 



^ 
1 

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE ^ 
that on the 21st day of ' 
March, 1979, at the office 
of James R. McKenry, 402 
Beach Tower, 3330 Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia B«u;h, 
Virginia, 23451, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall ecpose to 






In tht O^k's Office of 
the Circuit Court «^ the 
City of Viifinia 9mt% on 
the 12th day of Pd>ruary, 
1979. 

Ronald C. Johnson, 
Plaintiff. against 
Georgette Johnson, 
OMmdant. 

ORDEROF 



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the ri^t to bid, and with 
r^^atlon, one (1) 1976 ^ 
Oidsmobile Cutlass, 
Identification No. 
3J57R6RI81467, titled in 
the name of James T, 
Adams, seized and 
fgK»»eMed by virtue of a ^l 
breach of a certain j^ 
se»irity agreement dated 
February 27, 1978. .^ 

JameiR. McKenry j^ 

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PhilUps OldHnobite, Inc. q, 



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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE 
that on the 21st day of 
Mmrch, 1979. at the office 
of James R. McKenry, 402 
Beach Tower, 3330 Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beaqh, 
Virginia, 23451, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall expose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1974 
Ford LTD Brougham, 
Identification No. 
4N68S1 10750, titled in the 
name of Jesse Cypress, 
seized and repossessed by 
virtue of a breach of a 
certain security agreement 
date June 6, 1978. 

James R. McKenry 

counsel for 

Phillips Oldsmobile, Inc. 



Joy A. Johanscn, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert D. Eiscn, p.q. 

3/14.3/21,3/28,4/4 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March. 
1979. 

Paul Edward Fletcher, 
Plaintiff, against Laura C. 
Fletcher, Defendant. 

ORDER OR 



3/14 



PLEASE TAKE NOTICE 
that on the 21st day of 
^ March, 1979, at the office 
of James R. McKenry, 402 
Beach Tower, 3330 Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, 23451, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall expose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1977 
Oldsmobile Royal 98, 
Identification No. 
3X6?R7E1I7808. titled in 
the name of Edward G. 
Williams, seized and 
repossessed by virture of a 
breach of a certain 
^ security agreement date 
May 25, 1977. 

James R. McKenry 
counsel for 
Phillips Oldsmobile, Inc. 



3/14 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of 
constructive desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
8510 16th St., Silver 
Springs, Maryland #615, it 
is ordered that Laura C. 
Fletcher do appear on or 
before the 27th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart Gordon, p.q. 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



PLEASE TMtE'Min-lCfi 
that on the 21st day of 
Marar, 1979, at the oflfide 
of James R. McKenry, 402 
Beach Tower, 3330 Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 23451, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall expose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1971 
Porsche, Identification 
No. 4712914337, titled in 
the name of Julia E. Gee, 
seized and repossessed by 
virtue of a breach of a 
cotain seairity agreement 
date August 6, 1976. 

James R. McKenry 

counsel for 

PhiUtps Oldsmobile, Inc. 



■jff*- 



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3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
fhe 8th day of March, 

m. 

Michel Patrick Lee 

Bennett, Plaintiff. 

against 

Patricia Irene Bennett. 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
i/incuto matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grinds of a one year 
sei^ration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
re^mt of the State of 
, ViifiM, the last known 
pMt office address being 
3M1 Ridgecrest Circle. 
Huntsville, Alabama. 

It is ordered that 
Ntricia Irene Bennett do 
aii^ear on or before the 
aOth of; April, 1979, and 
do whi^may be nec^sary 
10 ^jU^t her interest in 

A«vy-T«te: 

Win V. Fentress, Clerk 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March, 
1979. 

Jacqueline Trefethen, 
Plaintiff, against Guy 
Trefethen, Defoidant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period of mcH-e than one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made uid 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the Siatt 
of Virginiai, the last 
known post office address 
being 127 S. Henderson, 
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 
63701, it is ordo^ that 
Guy Trefethen do i^ipear 
on or before the 27th of 
April. 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fratros 

Clerk 

Scv A. JohWHoi 

Deputy Cto-k 

Stuart Gordon 
3/14:3/21,3/28,4/4 



in the Clerk's Offlpe of 
tiM Circuit Court of the 
City of Vi^nia Bn<^, on 
tlw 7th di^ of March, 
1979. 

Elner C. Pritchett, 
plaintiff, against Mary 
Pritchett, Defmulant. 

ORraROF 
PUBLICATION 

Tlie object of this suit U 



to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii fr<mi 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and aiMrt 
for a period in excess of 
one y«ir. AimI an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being P.O. Box 157, 
Oriental, North Carolina 
28571, it is ordered that 
Mary Pritchett do appear 
on or before the 27th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart Gordon 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 7th day of 
March, 1979. 

Robert L. Brown, 
Plaintiff, against Avril 
Brown, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a residmt of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
knownpost office addecss. 
beinfr) c/oi i£2eiiMUyvu iSEk >> 
Downfield Qmrt, Ardler 
Dun<tee. Scotland. United . 
Kingdom, it is ordered 
that Avril Brown do 
appear on or before the 
27th of April. 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Twte: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart Gordon 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



Glenn B. McClanan 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



Virginia: In the Juvenile 
and Domestic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 

Commonwealth of Virginia 
In re: Herbert Walter 
Wiseman 

ORDER O^ 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled proceeding is to 
approve the temporary 
entrustment agreement 
entered into between the 
Department of Social 
Services, City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and 
Darlene Lynnette 
Wiseman, mother of 
Herbert Walter Wiseman 
dated January 23, 1979 
pursuant to Title 63.1 
Section 204, of the Code 
of Virginia. ^ 

The parent is required 
to appear and protect 
his/her interests on or 
beforeAprillS. 1979. 

Enter: 2-23-79 

A true copy: Elizabeth 
E. Henley, Clerk 

By: Kathy S. Brothers, 
Deputy Clerk 

2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 23rd day of February, 
1979. 

Carol Elizabeth Allen 
Keely Stoddard, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jerold Paul Stoddard, 
< Defendant. 



^RDEROF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March, 
1979. 

Vernon Quincy Adams, 
Plaintiff, against Darleen 
Ethel Adams, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
^nculo matrimonii from 
ti» said defendant, upon 
ti» pmmds of one )«ar 
se{Mnitk» since October 
IS, 1977. Ami an afflda^t 
having 1^ nude and 
fiM that the d^endant is 
iHA a r^ident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known p«it oHioe a^e» 
bring 21 Urquhut &., 
West Warwick, Rhode 
Ish^ CISM3. it is orderni 
that Dartoen Rhel Muns 
(to app«r on or before the 
27th of Aiml, 1979. and 
^ what may be ns^rn^ 
to i^otcct her intemt in 
thttsuit. 

A(»py>Tate: 

John V. Fentr^s 

Clerk 

J(V A. JiAwMn 

OqmtyCto^k 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of there 
never being any intention 
on the part of the 
defendant to consummate 
the said marriage. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
4476 Ocean View Blvd., 
Apt. 2, Virginia Beach, 
Va. 

It is ordered that Jerold 
Paul Stoddard do appear 
on or before the 13th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V, Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Charles A. McDuffie, p.q. 

2/28,3/7.3/14.3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit C6urt of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 26lh day of February. 
1979. 

Arnold Leslie Cross. 
Plaintiff, against C79-320, 
Nan R. CrcKS, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The ob^ of this suit is 
to obtain' a divor^ a 
Mensa Et Thoro from tlw 
md defendant, upcm the 
gitHimls of d^rtion. And 
an affidavit having been 
nwKle and CM ttat ihe 
defendant is wn a reiiteitt 
of the &au of VirpnM, 
the Um known a^tom 
being 7.D Itewson RoM 



Aparimenis, Leesburg, 
GA 31763, it is ordered 
that Nan R. Cross do 
appear on or before I he 
18th of April, 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Linda Noel Hill 

^ Deputy Clerk 

William H.Colona 
3330 Pacific Ave. 
Suite 202. Beach Tower 
Va. Beach. Va. 

3/7,3/14,3/21,3/28 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of March. 
1979. 

James Allen Carlisle. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Sharon Ann Cariisle, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of more than 
one year's separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
180 Hanover Place, Apt. 
4, Athens, Georgia, 
30606. 

It is ordered that 
Sharon Ann Carlisle do 
appear on or before the 
20th of April. 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 



Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert H. Bennett, p.q. 

3/14,3/21.3/28,4/4 



Vir^nia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 

RE: ESTATE OF 
WAYNEI.GRUNDEN. 
Deceased 

ORDER 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
First and Merchants 
National Bank, Norfolk, 
Virginia, Personal 
Represenative of the 
Estate of Wayne I. 
Gninden, deceased, and 
of the dd)t$ and (knumds 
against his Estate has been 
filed in the aerk's Office 
of this Court, and that six 
months have dasped rinoe 
the qualification, on 
HMHion of the Personal 
Representative: 

if IS ORDERED that 
tlw creditore of, and all 
(Hhers interested in, the 
Estate do show cause, if 
aiv they can, on the 16th 
diV of March, 1979, at 
10:<W o'clock A.M.. 
b^we this Court at its 
courtroom, against the 
payoMnt and delivoy of 
the Estate of Wayne I. 
Graaden, deceued. to the 
Legatees without 
requiring refunding 

n IS FURTHER 
ORDERED that the 
fcw^Nng {wrtion of this 
ORDER be published 
omt a week for two 
suee^ve we^ in the 
Vh^ia B^ch Sun. a 
ne^^m^ having |^m»al 
drmAttioa in the City of 
Viii^leadi, Virginia. 

ACopyT«te: 
John V. Feitr» 



Clerk 

By: Joy A Johansen 

Deputy Oerk 

I ask for this: 
Thomas A. (on III ir 
AnscllA Connor 
4336 Virginia Hcach 

Boulexjuil 
Virginia Bcacli. Viii'inia 

23452 

3/7.3/14 



Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
28th day of February. 
1979. 

Re: Estate of Miriam 
Baird Simpson. Deceased 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
THOMAS C. BROYLES, 
Executor of the estate of 
MIRIAM BAIRD 
SIMPSON, Deceased and 
of the debts and demands 
against her estate has been 
filed in the Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
Virginia, and that six (6) 
months have elapsed since 
the qualification, on 
motion of Thomas C. 
Broyles, Executor, it is 
ORDERED that the 
creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the estate do 
shew, cause, if any they 
can, on the 30th day of 
March, 1979, before this 
Court, against the 
payment and delivery of 
the Estate of Miriam 
Baird Simpson, Deceased, 
to the legatees, without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

A copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

;()y^,Jo|wmsen 

Diqnity Clerk 



Clerk 

By: Joy a Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

I ask for this: 
Thomas A. Connor 
Ansell& Connor 
433^irginia Beach 
^^oulevard 
^ginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 

3/7,3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of March, 
1979. 

Charles Anthony 

Harkness, Plaintiff, 

against 

Becky Ann White 

Harkness, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of wilfull 
desertion and 

abandonment without 
cause or justification. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
cither:'5l2N,W. 25thSt.. 
Apt. 6, Ft. Lauderdale, 
FL 33313 or c/o Mrs. 
Janice Petros, Rt. 4, 
Waynesburg, PA 17268. 

It is ordered that Becky 
Ann White Harkness do 
appear on or before the 
20th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 



A copy- i tste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

WayneG. Souza, p.q. 

3/7.3/14,3/21,3/28 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of February, 
1979. 

James Harold White, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Eva Jane Wheeler White, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from ' 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one year . 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Route One, Brownstown, 
Indiana 47220. 

It is ordered that Eva 
Jane Wheeler White do 
appear on or before the 
13th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this s uit. . 

A copy-teste: 

Johji V, Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Frank £. Butler, III, p.q. 

2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



FRANK E. BUTLER III, Escheator 
for the City of Virginia Beacih 
IN RE: Various Proplertnaf' "' 



^ ASK FOR THIS: — 
Thomas C. Broyles 
35th Street & Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

3/7,3/14 



CERTIFICATE 



Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 

RE: ESTATE OF 
HARVEY R. COOLEY. 
Deceased 

ORDER 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
United Virginia 

Bank/Seaboard National, 
Norfolk, Virginia, 
Executor of the Estate of 
Harvey R. Cooley, 
deceased, and of the ^bu 
and donands against his 
Estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and that six 
months haw dasped since 
the qualification, on 
motion of the Executor; 

IT IS ORDERED that 
the oeditOTs of, and all 
others interested in, the 
Estate do show cause, if 
«iy they em, on the I6th 
day of March, 1979, at 
10:00 o'clock A.M., 
before this Court at iu 
courtroom, against the 
paymoit and dellv^ of 
tlw Estate of Huvty R. 
Cooley, dMeased, to the 
Legatees without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER 
ORDERED that the 
fwtSdng portl<m of this 
.ORDER be published 
once a week for two 
s^cenive weeks hi ttie^ 
Virginia BeMh Sun, a 
newt^ier having genmd 
drcuhtim in tlw Oty (rf 
Virginta Bnch, Vir^ia. 

A Copy Teste: 
John V. ^itrea 



This is to certify that in accordance with Code §55- 
181 of the Code of Virginia that the following parcels of 
real property were escheated to the Commonwealth of 
Virginia by jury verdict dated January 19, 1979 in the 
case styled Commonwealth of Virginia, by Frank E. 
Butler, III, Escheator, Chancery No. C78-2128-A: 

Parcel of land known as Lots 2 & 3, Oakwood, Tax 
or Parcel Number B-41 -20-2 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 10, Oakwood, Tax or 
Parcel Number B-42-4O-10, 

and 

Parcel of land known as. Burton Parcel, Tax or 
Parcel Number B-43-40-12A, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 115, 116, 26, 
Hodgman Plat, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-30- 
113, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 8, Block 1, Lakeside, 
Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-1-8. 

All of which parcels are located in the City of 
Virginia Beach and should be advertised as "owner 
tmknown". 



Given under my hand this 19th day of January 



1979. 



Signed: Frank E. Butler III 



Published by order of Donald Haynes, State Librarian. 
Und» Authority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Virginia. 

3/7,3/14,3/21,3/28 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Vii^nia: 



g 
J 



ITw foliar meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration ftilkUng. Qty Hall, Princess Anne 
Nation, Virgiiiia Beach, Vi^inia on Monday March 26, 
1179, at 5:10 p.m.. at which time the foUowing 
■PpBorions wU be hevd: 



tl^P^^Jl^lpWSI^'^ -; ^••^-^JV^C^tft^-*!;- ^j'!y 



II. a^iji.., .,,1 •<« «•!>•<■» iiiLji.i^wu^.mi i.Ji|,Miqj^^^^^p^^^^^^^^piV^IViPV^nPV^ViW9< 



10 VntGlfaA BEACH SUND WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, 1979 



SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

PUNGO BOROUGH: 

1- - ■ 
Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administration Officers in regard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Bruce B. 
Gallup and Franic T. Williams. Property located on the 
North side of Nawney Creek Road, 1529.33 feet East of 
Nawney Creek Bridge. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of 
Planning. , 

CHANGt: OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

2. 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor- 
Holland Co.. for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-6 Residential District to A-1 
Apartment District on certain property located 960 feet 
West of the intersection of Holland Road and 
Stoneshore Road, running a distance of 205 feet along 
the Northern property line, running a distance of 550 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 205 feet along the Southern property line and running 
a distance of 550 feet along the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.6 acres more or less. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

3. 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor- 
Holland Co., for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from A-1 Apartment District to PD-H 
Planned Development-Housing District on certain 
property located at the Northwest intersectiqp of 
Holland Road and Stoneshore Road, running a distance 
of 790 feet along the West side of Holland Road, 
runnin^ a distance of 950 feet along the Northen. 
property line, running a distance of 790 feet along the 
Western property line and running a distance of 950 feet 
along the Southern property line. Said parcel contains 
17.2 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



This is to certify that in accordance with Code |S5- 
181 of the Code of Virginia that the following parcels of 
real property were escheated to the Commonwealth of 
Virginia by jury verdict dated January 19, 1979 in the 
case styled Commonwealth of Virginia, by Frank E. 
Butler, III, Eschcator, Chancery No. C78-19S2A: 

Parcel of land known as Lots 13 & 14, Block I. 
Lakeside, Tax or parcel Number C-42-4-BK-1-13, 



and 



Parcel of land known as Lots 9, 10, 12-20, Block 2, 
Lakeside, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2-9 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 23, 24, 25, 26, Block 
2. Lakeside, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2- 
23, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 27, Block 2, Lakeside. 
Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2-27, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 30 & 31, Block 2, 
Lakeside. Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2-20. 

All of which parcels of land are located in the City 
of Virginia Beach and should be advertised as "owner 
unknown." 



Should any luch owner fail to File their answer and 
grpunds of defense as hereinabove provided, such 
failure shall not preclude the owner from appraring on 
the date set for the appointment of commissioners nor 
from presenting evidence as to valuation and damage 
nor from sharing in the award of just compensation 
according to their interest therein or otherwise 
protecting their rights, but such failure shall preclude 
such owner from any 6ther defense by way of pleas in 
bar, abatement or otherwise. 

And it is FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this 
Order shall be published once a week for two 
consecutive weeks in the Virftala Bcacb Sun, and a copy 
hereof shall be postal on the bulletin board of this 
Court. 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a Municipal Corporation. 



Petitioner, 



v. 



Given under my hand this 19th day of January 



1979. 



Signed: Frank E. Butler III 

P-blished by order of Donald Haynes. State Librarian. 
I .der authority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Virginia. 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 



An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor- 
Holland Co., for a Change of Zoning District 

'^tassifrcation from R-6 Residential District to PD-H 
Planned Development-Housing District on certain 
property located on the West side of Holland Road at 
the Southwest intersection with Stoneshore Road, 
running a distance of 80 feet along the West side of 
Holland Road, running a distance of 950 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 620 feet 
in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 80 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
325 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance 
of 870 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 

.^istance«f 80 feet along the West side of Holland Road^ 
running a distance of 870 feet in a Southwesterly 

direction, Hwming a distance of 1150 feet in a 



CltV OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a Municipal Corporation, 



■~~^etlttoiOT7" 



F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID 

2268 Elbow Road 

Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 

and 

EDWARD G. FENTRESS, JR. , 

HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, 

JOHN W.FENTRESS, 

CLAUDE H. FENTRES'S, JR., 

RAYMOND C. FENTRESS, 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS, 

and MARGARET E. BABER, 

heirs of C.H. Fentress and R.G. Moore, whose 

addresses are unknown, and if any of them be dead, 

their surviving spouses, if any. heirs at law, devisees and 

assigns, whosie names are unknown, and lien creditors 

of any of said parties, if any there be, and all other 

persons, having an interest in these proceedings, whose 

names are unknown, all of which parties being hereby 

proceeded against as "Parties Unknown," 

l^fendants. 

NOTICE 



V. 



Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 2770 feet 
along the Western property line, running a distance of 
840 feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance 
of 430 feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance 
of 270 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 2019 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 550 feet in a Northwesterly direction and 
running a distance of 1155 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction. Said parcel contains 115.5 acres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

5. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Rock Church for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a girl's home on certain 
property located at the Southeast intersection of 
Kempsville Road and Milburne Drive, running a 
distance of 145 feet along the South side of Milburne 
Drive, running a distance of 100 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 145 feet along the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 100 
feet along the East side of Kempsville Road. Said parcel 
contains .33 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

6. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Creative Displays. 
Inc. for a Conditional Use Permit for an outdoor 
advertising signboard on certain property located at the 
Northeast intersection of Bonney Road and Happy 
Street, running a distance of 1254.03 feet along the 
North side of Bonney Road, running a distance of 1250 
feet more or less along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 233.41 feet along the East side of 
Happy Street. Parcel contains 1.9 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

7. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 10, 
Section 1002 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to yard requirements in the I-l Light 
Industrial District. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

3/7.3/14 



FRANK E. BUTLER III, Escheator 

for the City of Virginia Beach 

IN RE; Various Properties 

CERTIFICATE 



F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID 
,2268 Elbow Road 

Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 . — > 

and 

EDWARD G. FENTRESS, JR., 
HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS. 
JOHN W. FENTRESS. 

CLAUDE H. FENTRESS, JR. , . . j 

RAYMOND C. FENTRESS, 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS^- — — ^ — 

and MARGARET E. BABER. 
heirs of C.H. FENTRESS and R.G. MOORE, whose 
addresses are unknown, and if any of them be dead, 
their surviving spouses, if any. heirs at law, devisees and 
assigns, whose names are unknown, and lien creditors 
of any of said parties, if any there be, and all other 
persons having an interest in these proceedings, whose 
names are unknown, all of which parties being hereby 
proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In this proceeding the petitioner seeks to acquir; by 
condemnation the fee simple title to a certain parcel of 
land situated in the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, for 
the construction and maintenance of that certain public 
sewer project known as "Gracetown Sewer P/oject," 
which property is shown and described more 
particularly in the petition and exhibit attached thereto 
on file in the office of the Clerk of this Court, to which 
reference is hereby made for a full and accurate 
description thereof; and for the appointment of 
commissioners to ascertain just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or interest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a result of the taking and use 
thereof by the petitioner. 

For such purposes the petitioner will apply to the 
Court on the 1st day of May, 4979, at the courthouse 
thereof. Municipal Center. Virginia Beach, VA, at 9:30 
o'clock A.M.. or as soon thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, for the appointment of commissioners to 
ascertain just compensation as aforesaid. 

And it appearing by affidavit filed according to law 
that the following owners are not residents of the State 
of Virginia, or their names and addresses are not known 
and that diligence has been used by and on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain such names and addresses 
without effect: EDWARD G. FENTRESS. JR., 
HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS. JOHN W. FENTRESS 
CLAUDE H. FENTRESS. JR., RAYMOND c! 
FENTRESS, CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS 
and MARGARET E. BABER, heirs of C.H. 
FENTRESS and R.G. MOORE, and their lien 
cr«litors, if any. and heirs at law, if any; it is 
ORDERED that the aforesaid owners do appear within 
ten (10) days after due publication of this order in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and to do what is necessary to 
protect their interests; and it is 

FURTHER ORDERED that if any of the above 
nam«l owners desire to assert any objection or defense 
to the taking or damaging of their property or to the 
jurisdiction of the Court to hear the case and to proceed 
with the appointment of commissioners they shall file 
their answer and grounds of defense designating the 
prop«ly in whfch they claim to be inter^ted, the 
grounds of any obj«:tion or defense to the taking or 
dam^i^ of their property or to the juriKllction of the 
Court to hor tl» case and to procwrd with appointment 
of commissioners for the determination of just 
oimprasation. 



To: F. Donald Reid and Bonnie Y. Reid 
2268 Elbow Road 
Chesapeake. Virginia 23320 

You Are Hereby Notified that the City of Virginia 
^JBeach, Virginia, a municipal corporation, will, on the 
1st day of May, 1979, at 9:15 o'clock A.M., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may be heard, apply to the Judge 
of the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Bau:h, 
Virginia, at the Courthouse thereof, for th^ 
appointment of commissioners to ascertain what will be 
the just compensation for certain lands or interests 
therein which the City of Virginia Beach proposes to 
condemn for Project known as Gracetown Sewer 
Project, as shown on the plat attached to the Petition 
filed in the above styled cause, and to award damages, if 
any, resuhing to the adjacent or remaining property of 
the owner(s), beyond the enhancement in value to such 
property which may accrue by reason of the taking and 
construction of the work mentioned. The ownership, 
location and description of the property which is 
proposed to be condemned, the nature of the 
construction and the location of the Project will fully 
appear in the Petition and exhibits filed with the same, 
A copy of the Petition is annexed hereto. 

If you fail to appear and submit a list of prospective 
commissioners at the date and time hereinabove 
specified, the undersigned will move the Court to 
submit a panel of prospective commissioners on your 
behalf, and from the lists submitted to select a panel of 
nine (9) freeholders to be summoned for the trial of the 
issue of just compensation . 

You are further notified that Grounds of Defense 
shall be filed, in writing, within twenty-one (21) days 
from the date this Notice is duly served, and it shall 
include the value of the property to be taken and an 
appraisal of any and all damages which may result to 
the residue by reason of the taking. 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

By Richard H. Matthews 

Counsel 

Richard H. Matthews, 
Assistant City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 



PROJECT: Gracetown Sewer Project 
PARCEL: Lot I, Block 1 

F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID, EDWARD 

G. FENTRESS, JR., HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, 
JOHN W. FENTRESS. CLAUDE H. FENTRESS, JR. 
RAYMOND C. FENTRESS, CLIFFORD DORMAN 
FENTRESS and MARGARET E. BABER, as well as 
other p«-sons doioted h«dn as "Parties Unknown." 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 

$5,000.00 CERTIFICATE NO. 265 

This is to Certify that FIVE THOUSAND 
DOLLARS, (S5,ttl0.00) U estimated by the City of 
Virginia B^h, Vii^inia, a munldpal cnporatkNi, to be 
the fair market value of the ral |ntq>«ly hmmmtlet 
d^cribid, and dama^ to the reudue, if ii^. own«i in 
wh(^ or in part by the partia refffrni to tfjove ami 
their lien creditCMt, if any, and all other partia in 
inter«t in the said pt&paty, which the City of Virginia 
Bmch n dir«n«l to be takm fw street and highway and 
otho^ munici^l puUic purpo^. 

Tlw amount above spedfied. or as much tterwf m 



may be determined by the Court, will be paid by the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, on vouchers approved 
by the Director of Public Utilities, pursuant to ordw of 
the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 
'tas K^feW by Title 33.1. Chapter 1, Article 7. and Title 
13.1, Chapter 18, Arttele 7, of the Code of Virpnia, 
1950, as amended, and Swition 2.01 of the Charter of 
the aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia. The real property 
or interest therein, hereinafter described, lies in the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, and is shown on the plans 
for GRACETOWN SEWER PROJECT on file with the 
Department of Public Utilities, Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, the estate therein and the 
{M-operty taken being more particularly described as 
follows, to wit: *» 

The fee simple title to all that certain lot, 
piece or parcel of land as shown on that 
certain plat entitled "PLAT SHOWING 
SEWER, WATER AND UTILITY 
EASEMENTS FOR THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH," and recorded in the Clerk's 
office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Map Book 1 16 at 
Page 49, to which reference is made for a 
inore particular description. 

Dated this 23rd day of February, 1979, in the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia. 

George L. Hanbury 

City Manager 

C. Oral Lambert. Jr. 

Director of Public Works 

STATE OF VIRGINIA 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, to wit: 

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before 
me this 2nd day of March. 1979, by GEORGE L. 
HANBURY, City Manager, and C. ORAL LAMBERT, 
JR., Director of Public Works, on behalf of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 



Kathleen B. Grier 
^ Notary Public 



My commission exptres 
April 13, 1981 



3/14,3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day of March, 1979. ^ 

City of Virginia Beach, a municipal Corporation, 
Plaintiff, against F. Donald Reid etal, Defendvit. 

"^^ . ^'"'"";^RbiE»^i^p&kicAWoj^ ';::':,,;„, 

Hie object of this suit is to acquire by condonnatioit- - 
the fee simple title to a certain parcel of land situated in 
the Qty of Virginia Beach, VA for the construction and 
maintenance o^ that certain public sewer project known 
as "Gracetown Sewer Project" etc. See Detail of Order 
of Publication. 

And an affidavit having beoi made and filed that 
the/some defendant are not residents of the State of 
Virginia, it is ordered that they do appear on or before 
the 1st of May, 1979, and do what may be neccessary to 
protect their interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Karen A. Kephart 

HilK Deputy aerk 

Richard H. Matthews 
Assistant City Attorney 
Municipal Colter 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia. 
Beach 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a Municipal Corp<Nration, 



Petitioner, 



F. DONALD REID AND BONNIE Y. REID 

2268 Elbow Road ; 

Chesapeake, VA 23320 

and 

EDWARD G. FENTRESS, JR. , 

HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, J 

JOHN W.FENTRESS, 

CLAUI% H.FENTRESS, JR., ^ 

RAYMOND C. FENTRESS, , 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS, > 

and MARGARET E. BABER. ^ 

heirs of C.H. Feitrets ud R.O. Moore, whme atklress ; 

are unknown am) if any of tima be (tead, their surviving ^ 

spoui», if any, Mrs at law, deviieei and isH^as, whose ] 

mam are unknown, and Urn are^tsn of any of sidd a 

parties^ if uiy there be, and aU other patom, bavinf u 

interest in these proc^ings, whose namn are 

unknown, aU of whkA ^rties bdng ha^ {M^ceeded 

against as "Partes Unknown," 

Defemianu. / 



PETITION FOR CONDEMNATION 



^ 



TO THE H<WORABLE JUDGES OF THE COURT 
AFORESAID: ^ 

Ymir P^Ugnm, Oty of Virginia Beac^, a munMpal g 
c»rporati^ of tte OmmMNiwodth of Virginia, fll« tMs 
P^tkm pi Kx»^mce with Sectte 2.01 oftteaw^ ^ 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUNnWKDNi:SPAY. MARCH 14, 1979 11 



Virginia i«ac»i Public Notleai ^t'd 



a Municipal Corporation. 



PeUtt<nier, 



of the City of Virginia Beadi, Title J5.1, Cbapts II, 
Article 7; Title 33.i, Chapter I, Article 7?l«l^, 
Chapt»l.l,oftheCodeofV|rfiBla, 19S0, at ammded. 
and SUA genoal iaw» As are appUable f^ the purpoM 
of comtoriing the hereinafter detcrived propcny, and 
represents as fon(ws: 

1. That the CHy Attorney and/or Assistant City 
Attorney has been appointed the agent and attorney for 
the City of Virginia Beach and has been duty authorized 

■ to institute these condannation pro«edings and to 
OHiduct the same in tbt name and on behalf of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 

2. The real property and easanent(s) which are to be 
taken in this proceeding lie in the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia, and are described as follows: 

AH that certain lot, tract or parcel of land, 
together with the improvemenu thereon 
belongfaig, lying, situate and being in the Oty 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, and designated 
and (Ascribed as "Lot 1, Block r* as shown 
on that certain plat eiititled: "PLAT 
SHOWING SEWER, WATER AND 
UTILITY EASEMENTS FOR THE CITY 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH," and recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Map Bode 
116, at Page 49, to which refaence is made 
for a more i»rticular description. 

3. Ilie plans above referred to are on file in the 
Department of Public Works, Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 23456. A copy of the plat of 
the property owned by the d^foidants which is i^ected 
by this proceeding is attached hereto marEed "Exhibit 
A" and is prayed to be read as a part of this Petition. 
The property taken in fee simple is outlined in Red on 
the plat aforesaid. 

4. The property to be uken is necessary for tlw 
construction, reconstruction, alternation, maintenance 
and repair of a public sewer project in the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia, known as Ckacetown Sewer 
Project. ^ Bayside Borough. More apedTu^y, this 
project is for the construction and improvement of a 
section of ^d sewer system, and will include the right 
to construct, reconstruct, tepm, in^lro1^ alter and 
's maintain the same in accordance with the plans referred 
to above. The right h»eby acquired indude the right to 
utilize the land in the future, (I) for oonstru(rtk)n, 
reconstruction, alternation, im|»o%«nient, rq^ and 
maintenance of said sewer system; (2) for all other 
sewer, street, highway and public municipal purposes, 
and; (3) in accordance with all the ri^tt and inddentt 
normally acqaited in the property as owner of the fee 
simple title thereof, with respect to the portion of said 
pn^mty aojulred in fee rimirfe. 

ineffectual^e^l^ Sm^^'^^^iy pwium 
from the owner(s) thereof, but has been uaaMe to do so 
lecfuse iQl persons having an interest In sakl property 
are not ascertainable to your petitioiwr md there are m 
may be parties unknown having smne ri^t, musm or 
title therein: 

6. Your petitioner is of the oi^nion that the pmms 
entitled to an interest in the cranpensaticm to be 
ascertained in this proceeding are: F. DONALD REID 
and BONNIE Y. REID, EDWARD O. FENTRESS, 
JR., HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS. JOHN W. 
FENTRESS, CLAUDE H. FENTRESS. JR., 
RAYMOND C. FENTR^, CLIFFORD DORMAN 
FENTRESS and MARGARET E. BABER. their heirs 
at law, devisee and assipu, as well as otjier persons 
dem^ed h^ein as "Parties Unknown." 

WHEREFORE, your petitions respectfully prays to 
this Honorabte Court in acc(mlanoe wi^ the pravi^oBs 
of Title 25. Chapter 1.1 of the Code of Virginia. 1930. 
as amehded, that commissioners may be summoned and 
^>P<rinted to ascoiain and report the value of the land 
taken and damages, if any, which may aocriie to the 
roaaining property of the own^s) b^ond the 
enhamxment in value, if any, to such other property by 
reason of the taking «id vae; that the Court i&tGt thitt 
all other ste|» be takm to carry out the intents of lltJe 
25, Chapter 1.1 and Title 33.1, Chapter I, Article 7, of 
the Code of Virginia, 1950, as uMnded, as m^ be 
nedessary; and that the petitimer may l»ve sudio^, 
ftirther and general relief as tlM nature of its ca« may 
re^iire. 

CITY OF VlftOINIA ttEACH 

By Ridiwd H. Matthews 

OfCounsd 

Richard H. Matthews, Esq. 
Assistant Oty Attorney 
Municq»lCent«- 
Virgipia Beach, VA 23456 

STATE OF VIRGINL^ 

OTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, to wit: 

' This day Richard H. Matthevra ^erKmally an)Mrcd 
before the un<to^ned, a Notary PoUk in and for the 
aty of Virgiiua Beach, S^e of Vi^^, wkI bdng flm 
duly swiMti. said that he is attor^ for the City of 
^ginia Badi in this imxeeding is dtdy n^oriad to 
execute the abow ^tkm, and that the ummn ud 
dd^ mted ttodn ure tnM to tlw bm of Us 
Utnriedie, informitttoB ttd b^f . 
Q^m uiute my hod thb ^1 day of Ma^, 19^. 

KttManiB.Orier 
l^itaryPuMk; 

M^ Comniiaiop exftai 
AprU 13. 1981 



ViiiMi: In tt^ anutt Cmut of the Dty of Vii^nia 
Bench 

Crfrt* VIRGINIA KACH, 



v. 



F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID 

2268 EttN>w Road 

Chesapeake, Virp'nia 23320 

and 

EDWARD O. FENTRESS, JR.. 

HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, 

JOHN W.FENTRESS, 

CLAUDE H. FENTRESS, JR.. 

RAYMOND C. FENTRESS. 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS. 

and MARGARET E. BABER, 

heirs of C.H. Fentress and R.G. Moore whose addresses 

are unknown, and if any of them be dead, their 

surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law, devisees and 

assigns, whose names are unknown, and lien creditora 

of any of said parties, if any there be, and all other 

p^sons, havii^ an interest in these processing, whose 

names are unknown, all of which parties being herby 

proceeded a^nst as "Pwties Unknown," 

"^ Defendants. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

STATE OF VIRGINIA 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, to wit: 

mils day personally appeared before me Kathleen B. 
Grier, a Notary Public in and for the City of Virginia 
Beach, in the Sute of Virginia, in the City and State 
afwesaid, Richard H. Matthews, Agent and Attorney 
for the City of Virginia Beach, who first being duly 
sworn made oath and said: 

ThM in the above styled cause pending in the Circuit 
Court of the aty of Virginia Beach, the addresses of 
Edward G. Fentress, Jr., Henry Aldm Fentress, John 
W. Fentress, Gaude H. Fentress, Jr., Raymond C. 
Foitress, Clifford Dorman Fentress and Margaret E. 
Baber. heirs of C.H. Fentress and R.G. Moore, are 
unknown and the names and address of their lien^ 
oeditcH^, if any there be, are unknown afto- due 
diligoice having been used by or on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain in what county or «>rporation 
th^ OF any of than may be, without success, and the 
names of any other persons except F. Donald Reid and 
Bonnie Y. Reid, who may have any interest in the 
property to be condemned in these proceedings are 
unknown and are her^y proceeded against as "Parties 
Unknown." 



Richard H. Matthews 



Subscribed and Sworn to before me, Kathleen B. 
Chier, a N<Mary Public in and for the City of Virginia 
BeiKh, State of Virginia, this 13th day of February, 

_ '-■-->^- Kathleen B. Grier 

—- — r— ^"'"n^dtary Public 

My Commission expires: 
April 13, 1981 



NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The ttgalai meeting of the 
Council of Vi^nia Beidi 
will be held in the Council 
Chambers of the 
Admfaystration Building, 
Gty Hall, Princess Anne 
Nation, Virginia Bnch. 
Virginia on Monday 
Kfarch 26, 1979, at 3:30 
P.M., at which time the 
fcrilowing application will 
be heard: 



1. 

Motion of the Planning 

Commission of the City of 

Virginia ^each to amend 

the Comprehensive 

Zoning Ordinance by 

adding Article 16. 

Coastline Management 

Odinance. This has been 

referred to in the past as a 

proposed "Dune 

Protection" Ordinance. 

More detailed information 

is available in the 

Departmrat of Planning. 

3/7,3/14 



CHybiMraute 
prtiMrMi 

Virginia Beach is 
looking ahead to the time 
when guoline will be In 
shorter supply and priced 
out of sight. 

At the nquest of Vice 
Mayor J, Henry McCoy 
Jr., Tidewater Regional 
Transit is preparing what 
will be the city's first 
intracity route. McCoy is 
also chairman of the 
Transit Commission. 

McCoy said that the 
TRT will probably 
prepare a choice of three 
or four Suitable routes 
with costs for submission 
to council. He expects the 
routes should be ready in 
three or four weeks. 

The route, according to 
McCoy's speculations 
should take in an area 
which includes a hospital 
and three parks. 

He said the route would 
in no way be designed to 
displace the surfing special 
summer bus which has 
been highly successful. 

The intra-city line 
would have the added 
advantage of connecting 
with intercity lines on 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and Shore Drive. 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 9ih day of March, 
1979. 

Donald LeeMidgett, 
Plaintiff, 
against C79-390 
Constance Mayc Midgett, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart" 
for more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Denver, Colorado. 

It is ordered that 
Constance Maye Midgett 
do appear on or before the 
1st of May, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Linda Noll Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 

Christie and Held, p.q. 
245 First Colonial Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 

3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



BmbiessniMi 
diarged witii 
tax evadon 



Two Tidewater-area 
businessmen have been 
sentenced in U.S. District 
Court at Norfolk on' 
charges of Federal income 
tax evasion. 

U.S. District Judge 
John A. MacKenzie 
sentenced 35-year-old 
Coley K. Dunbar and his 
31-year-old brother, 
Mitchell, currently doing 
business as AAA Heating 
and Cooling Company at 
201 Horace Avenue in 
Virginia Beach, to serve 60 
days in jail with the 
remainder of their two 
one-year prison sentences 
suspended. The two were 
also fined five-thousand 
dollars each and placed on 
three years probation. 

The Dunbars pleaded 
"no contest" on January 
4, to two counts each of 
attempting to evade a 
portion of the Federal 
income tax liability of 
Coley K. Dunbar, 
Incorporated, for the 
years 1972 and 1973. 
During those years, when 
Coley was president and 
Mitchell vice president of 
the firm, they also 
operated as 

Commonwealth Heating 
and Cooling Company, 
Home Heating and 
Cooling Company, 
Natural Gas Service 
Company, and AAA 
Home Improvement 
Company. All the firms 
were involved with the 
sales and service of 
heating, air conditioning 
and home improvements. 

According to the 
indictment handed down 
last November 13, the 
Dunbars understated the 

Dunoar, Incorporated, by 
more than 18-thousand- 
400 dollars ($18,406.67) 
for 1972 and '73, resulting 
in the attempted evasion 
of some 56-hundred 
dollars in taxes 
(S5,566.42). 

In addition to the 
criminal sentence 
imposed, the Dunbars are 
also required to pay the 
taxes owed as well as 
interest and civil penalties 
to be assessed. 



Vbiginia Beach Mrtii 



8 



Mr. and Mrs. Perry Andre Williams, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael George Smith, son; 
Mr. and Mrs, Gary Thomas Caruana, daughter. 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Robinson, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce George McBride, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Michael Bailey, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Duke Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Arthur Beaucbaine, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Tourgee, S;on; 
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Gene Deckard, daughter; 
Mr, and Mr?. James Earl Hunter, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Placido Nuesca Lopez, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dennis Palombo, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wayne Newman, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Charles Ritchie Jr., son; 
Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Hamilton Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Radford, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Franklin Dail. son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul James Naas, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Whalon R. McCullen, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. David Anthony Sears, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Roberts, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lupton, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leonard Berry, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Kennith C. Wagner, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Myers, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Donnell Armstead, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wayne Parker, son; 
'Mr. and Mrs. Ronald William Philips, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kevin Zeno, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. James David Massic, twins-son & 
daughter; 
LTjg And Mrs. Karl W. Bogott, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robert Horst, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robert Horst, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank William Montesano, son; 
Dr. and Mrs. Steven J. Solomon, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harold Logeman, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Wilson, Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Uebelhoer, son. 



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Taxpayers may request 
fKIng extiNislon 

The following has been prepared by the Internal 
Revenue Service to assist taxpayers who may have 
questions concerning extensions of time to file:, 

Q: I have been travelling for my business and haven't 
been home to work on my tax forms. Can I get extra 
time to file my return? 



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individual Income Tax 
Return." On the form, 
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HOME SITES FOR SALE 
FOR 

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& Custom Builders 

SAI.RSOFFICK 
333 1'rovidenre Kd. 

CAU 464-9317 





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Gmsim 150 Trainer 
$15.00/hr. solo 
Cessna 172 
$23.00%. solo 

MID-EASTERN 

AIRWAYS, INC. 

421-7161 



If you could 
lose weight 
by yourself 
you would 
have done 
so by now. 



LOSE 17 to 28 LBS. 
IN JUST 6 WEEKS 

DIET^. 
^NTER 

499-7221 or 34a«M7 



4330 Bainbridge Blvd. 
Chesapeake 



franV- 

ftmtosies 



Hair Fashions 






Triple Decker 
Antique 

Emporium 

We buy and sell 

Dealers welcome 

Tues-Sat. 8:30 to 5 p.m. 

545-2001 



PERSONALIZE YOUR 
WARDROBE! Blouses, 
ties, purses. etc. 
Monogramniini by 
DEBBY!)Cliildren's 
clothing mbnogrammed 
also. For further 
information contact 
Debby, at 420-4843. 1-4-4 

LEIGH PHOTO- 

GRAPHIC SERVICE 

Weddings and Croups our 
specialty. Albums and 
charge plans available. 
^VriVe P.O. Box 15007, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320, 
482-1312. 2-tf 

ITALIC handwritten 
resumes, letters, 
invitations any 

description. Reasonable 
rates. Call Diana 460-0789 
or 461-51 15. 2-3-21 

LEARN TO PAINT 
CHINA - enjoyable and 
rewarding, Virginia Fuller 
teacher, beginners, 
intermediate, advanced 
instructions, for 
information call 464-4961 . 
^ 2-tf 

"LET US PRAY 
TOGETHER"- No charge 
cassettes made possible by 
voluntary contributions. 
Prayer Fellowship 3321 
Pinehill Cresent, Chesp. 
22321 2-3-14 

DEVELOP your full 
potential. For information 
call Jim Bell 588r95 19 

2,3/14/79 

CHILDREN'S clothes- 
lightly worn. Monday- 
Friday 10-4 Saturday 10- 1 
Consignments accepted 
Monday only. SAN0 
BUCKET 3006 Artie Ave. 
Virginia Beach 2-3-14 



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OIL PAINTING 

REPRODUCTIONS, I 

will reproduce any photo 
into oil painting. 421- 
7544. 2-tf 

JOYCE STAR, now doing 
horoscopes for the general 
public. Classes forming 
soon, please call for 
information, 497-2891. 

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PARTY FUN - Add 

electrifying fun to your 
next party or dance with a 
realistic TV super hero. 
Get fun for all ages. 
Wonder Woman, 
Spiderman, Superman, 
The Incredible Hulk, 
Bateman/Robin, Dr. 
Strange, available 
exclusively through Image 
Master Attractions of Va. 
For availability and rates 
phone 489-7447 10 a.m.- 
10 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 397- 
8837 10 a.m.-4 p.m. only 
Mon.-Fn. or write Image 
Master Attractions, P.O. 
Box 506, Portsmouth, Va. 
23707. 2-tf 



CORVETTE ■ 1975 

Excellent condition. T 
top. Air, all power. Low 
mileage. Brown with all 
leather interior. A real 
knock out! S6800. 4S^ 
5342. 6-3-21 



liOCAL TOUCH 

^kl other mediuin it bound up 
with Uk everyday life of your 
community more than your 
hometown newspaper. 

1973 FORD E 200 VAN- 

carpeted. Ice-box, and sink. 
302 straight shift. Radial 
tires, $2150. Days 547-5755 
Nights 420-2552 6-3-14 



BATTLEFIELD MOT- 
ORS 499 N. BattleHeld 
Blvd. now serving Great 
Bridge - featuring 
transportation specials - 
your second car- 
Headquarters - Grand 
Opening DISCOUNTS. 
547-7800. 6-3-28 



PART TIME/FULL 
TIME. No experience 
necessary. Outside 
solicitation for TV, 
furniture, and stereo sales. 
Men/Women call 583- 
5889. Mr. Jarman. 13-3-21 



I NEED SOMEONE who 

will clean my house 
(Hickory) 1 day every 
other week or 1/2 day 
each week at S2.00 per 
hour. Must have own 
transportation. Please call 
421-9725, after 5:30 p.m. 
I3.tf 



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1977 nVi Ft. Prowler 
travel trailer. One owner. 
Used 5 times. Sleeps 6. 
PERFECT! $3,000. 424- 
9190 1.3-28 




SPECIAL 

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OFFER 

Do you hove: 

RED WATER 
STAINS OR GREEN 
WATER STAINS? 




tlRED OF CLOWNING 
AROUND? Try hiring 
"Wonder Woman" for 
your parties! Children 
love it! Reasonable rates. 
489-7447. 2-tf 




These are two distinctly 
different water problems 
which require different types 
of water treatment. 

But the good news is that 
both problems can easily be 
solved by your Culligan Man. 

The First Step: Have Culligan 
analyze your water and pre- 
pare an estimate. Free. No 
obligation. 

Rent any equipment 
neceauHy for as low as $3." 
for the firtt M days (pim 
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Conditioner 

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PICK UP SIRVICE 

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ITEMS 

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GERAIDINE BRISCOE 

was your maiden name. 
We have ^ad no comact 
with you for 25 years. We 
do not know your present 
name - Please call your 
younger sister collect, Rita 
Briscoe Gamaldi. 516-47S- 
1979. 2-5-2 

Q S UNIFORMS have 
moved from Battlefield 
Executive Center to 
COLLEGE PARK 
SQUARE II - Nationally 
advertised brands - come, 
^/compare. 420-4950. 

2-4-4 



Complete 

Bathroom 

Remodeling 

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Builders 

Home ImrpovcmeaU 
Contracton 
Garage BHllden 
Room Additfoos 
Aluminum Siding 
Roofs -Carportt 
Kitchen Remodeling 



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Cboapcake, Va. 



DONN. Happy Belated 
Birthday Honey. I hope it 
was a very memorable 
one. It really makes me 
feel good when 1 think of 
all the good times that we 
have had and will continue 
to have. We all love you 
very much. "Our love 
always, Lori, Angle and 
Christopher. 4-3/14/79 



LOCAL tOllCH 

No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everyday life of your 
community more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 



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We provide free, no obl^ation, torvice 

to property managers and home owners 

Hrith property to rent. 

CALL FOR DETAILS: 
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RINTALS, INCe . 

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BUICK LA SABEK 1978 4 
door. Brown/biege vinyl 
top. FULL POWER 
LUXURY!! Cruise control 
toof $S99S. Will consider 
trade. 461-8806 or 481-0826 
6-3-14 

1966 CMC SCHOOL BUS. 

Excellent condition. 20 
seats. Would make a great 
Sunday School Bus! S1200. 
Days 547-5755 Nights 420- 
2554 ^^-^ 6-3-14 

7»C0UGAR-grey with red 
vinyl top. Red leather 
interior. Power steering and 
brakes. Please call 461-8808 
or 481-08%. — - — -t^i-H 



1976 OATSUN PICK-UP 

truck-long bed. 23,000 
miles. Camper top. Like 
new condition with new 
tires. 461-5104 7-3-14 

1976 CHEVROLET PICK 
UP TRUCK - 28,000 
miles. New tires, just 
tuned, AM/FM radio, 
power steering and 
brakes. AUTOMATIC. 
Scottsdale Series, 6 
cylinder. $3200. Or best 
offer. Call 482-1768 after 
4 p.m. 7-3-28 



11-iMts.llariM 



FORD 197t CUSTOM 
SM, Vinyl top, air 
conditioned, power 
steering, cruise control - 
good tires. Excellent 
Condition. Priced Right! 
420-4631. 6-3-28 



CAL-21 FIBERGLASS 
SLOOP swing keel, 6 HP 
OBM. Main and Jib sails, 
head, trailer. Sleeps 4. 
Excellent condition. 428- 
8422. 11.4^ 



BU1CK> >-' 4976, Psrit: 
Lahe, 225 Limited.' 
Company ExecuUve 
automobile with 50,000 
miles. Fully loaded, tn 
above average condition. 
Newly painted Silver. 
Maroon crushed velvet 
interior. Extensive list of 
options. Contact Jim 
Gasser 340-2477 between 
8:30 and 5. 6-3-28 

73 OLDS-CUTLESS 
SUPREME Air 

conditioned, Automatic 
Transmission, Power 
steering and brakes. 
AM/FM radio, good 
condition, good tires, new 
battery-MUST SELL. 
853-7643 or 853-3828. 

6-3-28 

CARS -1975 Dodge Dart - 
air conditioned. #6 
inspection sticker Si 800. 
And a 1974 Ford 
Maverick 3 speed. A/C #3 
inspection sticker. $1550. 
Evenings. 464-6357. 6 

1972 MERCURY 

MARQUIS BROUGHAM 

1 owner. Load with 

equipment. This one is a 

real buy at $1695. 461-5104 

6-3-14 



ROLL fiberglass mattingi 
brass - water pump and 
cooler, brass rudder, brass 
valy^.,^fl^ nipples., .y^riou?,,, _____ 
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or OnanizatioB h Doiiii 

WE WELCOME NEWS... 

ADVERTISING SALES 
representatives - If you are 
looking for a career 
opportunity that is 
challenging and 

rewarding, we have a 
position that may interest 
you. You will work from 
our offices on Battlefield 
Blvd. and Rosemont Road 
where you will learn many 
phases of the community 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
learn. You must have a 
sales background and 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fuUtime 
position with Bylerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and, the Virginia Beach 
Suii. Please write Sheldon 
Kelly, Byerly 

Publications, P.O. Box 
1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
23320. 13-tf 

SALES HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS - 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful. 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
4040. No investment 
required. 13-tf 



WANTED- Ambitious - 
self starter who likes to 
meet people. No 
experience or education 
required. We train. Call 
48^3I95 before 9 a.m. or 
between 4 and 7 p.m. 

13-4-4 

SITHK NEEDED - for 

toddler and infant 
beginning March 22. 3 
momings/2 evenings. 16 
hours week, $25. Little 
Creek area, 460-4808. 

13-3-14 

BABY SITTER NEEDED 

- your home or mine! . 
Week-days. Norcova 
Estates. Please call after 
4:30 for interview. 547- , 
4713. 13^14 , 

SHARP HOMEMAKER 
PARTY PLAN PEWLE [ 

- Experienced^ Working . 
With Other Women??! 
Hire, Train people from <. 
home 6 months of year.^ 
Absolutely no investment. , ;, 
Training provided. Can 
also manage retail 
Christmas Store, Nov. j 
Dec. CaU CoUect, June. ,: 
816-763-7272. TOYS A \ 
GIFTS HOUSE OF , 
LLOYD 13 , 



bronze and stainless steel 
screwr. 545-0902. H-3-28 

SEA RAIDER - New, 24 
foot cuddy cabin. Deep 
design ocean hull, fully 
loaded. 250 H.P. OMC 
SPECIAL $9950. Diesel 
available. KENNY'S 547- 
5444. 712 Oak Grove Rd. 
11-3-28 



RUBBERMADE PAMTY " 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money t NO ^ 
T 1 1* F n ^ F ^L^CKHJOi. DEM VBBfi ^ 

Hfli f^\rl2^A^,**^J^A '^° OR IMViSTMBHt. U31B 
HOUSEWOlilf? Need sells itself. High JS. 

commission paid, :c 
Managers needed. 424- 
3843 

13-3-28 : 



extra Income? Earn 
$6./ 10.00 per hour 
average working from 
home in Chesapeake in 
Virginia Beach calling on 
customers Phone 
necessary. Use of car 
necessary on occasion. 
Call 425-71 19 

13tf 



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MATURE R.N. - L.P.N. ^ 

Norfolk area. 9-5. Call for ,; 

appointment. Quality ,i 
Care 461-3735. 13-3-14 



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to place your classified ad! 



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SALESP£OPLE.^per|. 

encedll Do«- to door 

INCREASE YOUR 

EARNINGS. Call anytime- 
423-1314 13.3.14 

NURSES . RNALPN • 

Euti Extra money • flmiUc 
hours . ch'olce of 
■SMgnmetiu • top pay - 
lAsitrance • No fees, 
Commonwealth Health 
C«re4».2306. 13.3/14/79 



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WHIPPETS!! Brindle A 
sllvers-ODERLESS AKC 
roistered pupiMes. 20 lo K) 
pounds when grown. 
ELEGANT. inielllaMt 
resembles a freyhmind. 
CALL 54*1497 after 7PM. 
22p3-I4 



DALAMATION PUp. 
PIIS ■ mother Pure Bred. 
No papers, sorry!! Ready 
tO|o!J47.53«7. 22-M4 



QUILT innd mtdc for 
King Sized Bed. Beautiful 
Stair Sht^ Pattern. Ba^ 
oJicn^icite and yellow. 
25-3-21 



Sf^arMeOmapadka 



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CLirPCRS Mustache 
trimOMr. goaMitrinmcr. 
also horse arid dog 
dippera. Scotece Barber 
Supply g. Sharpening 
Servle^. 157-4435. IS-tf 



RBPORTERS - General 
assignments, features, 
news edttlni with weekly 
ne^^spapers in Sbuthside 
and Tidewater Virginia. 
Prefer journalism Khool 
background and some 
experience. Must have 
good typing aUUty and be 
willing to learn news 
photography. If you are 
interested Jn mwe details, 
write David Woodroof, 
Byerly Publications, 1000 
Armory Drive. Franklin, 
Va. 23851 is-tf 



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DO YOUR WORK 
AROUND SOUTHERN 
SHOPPING center? ru 
babysit for,you while you 
work. Hot Lunches. 
Prices msonablell 583- 
8766. 



wMlLO CARE • my home 
■ Kings Grant Area. TLC. 
Fenced jnkrd. 3 years and 
up. Monday - Friday. 
Lunch provided. 486- 
5858. 



CHILD CARE - in my 

— home - references 
avhilable. Kings Grant 
Area, fenced yard. 
Motherly love. Balanced 

^fneals. call 340-2788. 

14-4-4 

BABYSITTING - My 

home. Curlew Dr. Area. 
Hot meals. 2 years or 
older. Experienced and 
loving. Please call. 424- 
9671. 



GOLDEN RETREIVER 
PUPS - 5 weks old. Just 
weaned. Shots. 

Professionally de- 
wormed. No papers. $30. 
464^126 or 587-4621. 

22-3-28 

GERMAN 8HEPHAR0 
PUPS • 3 good litters, all 
champion linis - large 
bo^ned, healthy, 

guaranteed. Terms. Come 
and compare. 488-8083. 
2^tf 

BASENJI FEMALE. 
SMALL BARKLES8 

house-pet. Excellent 
disposition. Impressive 
pedigree. Housebroken! 
Non-shedding, odorless. 
Moving-must sell. Plcsase 
call 423-1516 

22-3-28 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 

weeks old, registeied with 
papers, S50.00 each. 421- 
9469 after 5. Both parents 
are excellent tree dogs. 

2Mf 

YOUNG PARAKEETS 



Man's and 
woHMUi's 3 speed En^ish 
Raoo^. iMKk Mid diva-. 
Good condition S50.00 for 
both. Girl's 24 inch 
Roadrunner, good 
condition, SI5.00 Hrm. 
482-4232. 25-3-28 



KING SIZED WATER 

BED - SISO. Cwnpiete, 
Stereo. Herculon Sofa k 
Chair - Dining Room 
Table A 2 Chairs. Pleue 
call 460^647. ANYTIME. 
2S-4-14 

KARATE COURSE - a 

S700. value, must sdl due 
to illness in family. 
S250.00.> This is the 
KARATE opportunity! 
Call 625-1232. 25-4^ 



LOVING CHILD CAREin 

my lW«7^Jl2verxi«en 

aiea^ MBwiarai^nr 

give your chiM motherly 
attemk>nl42M)«r7 14-3-14 

BABY SITTING 

AVAILABLE; Green 
Run, Larkspur area. 
Day's or nights in my 
home. Experienced. Will 
n^otiate prices. 467-5732 
14-3-21 



fI(J.W - Peach-faced liwc 
birds S39 each. All bird 
cages 25^ off with this 
ad. Specials all the lime at 
Fish Factory. 855-1111. 

22-3-14 

ABYS8INUN KHTENS 

- $125. Come early! I 
Black Manx Male 
Oiampion A Steal at $30. 
UNUSUAL and unique 
peu. 480-1989. 22-4^ 



EARLY AMERICAN- 

hand crafted items for 
sale. Early American 
lamps custom colored to 
fit your home. Want 
something different? 
Unique? call 424-3448 

25-3-28 

OLD CLOTHES - I940's 
or earlier, hats, shoes, 
beaded purses anil 
jewelry, 627-3917 or 625- 
8714. 23-tf 

■ ■■■ — ^^m^m^^miammmmmiJtmHammmit 

BOOKCASES, GUN 
CABINETS, DESKS - 

made to order. Furniture 
refinishing. Quality work, 
reasonable pricM. Free 
atimates. Please call 547- 
0089,54^2923. 25-tf 



USED APPLUNCES • 

Refri^ators $50.00 and 
up. Eighteen lb. washers 
$115.00. Electric ranges 
$125.00. T.V.'s $79.01 30 
day ii«rranty. Bob's T.V. 
48^3536. 27-tf 

LIVING ROOM SUiTi:-3 

cushioned 9 ft. $ofa; 
Champagne damask 
upholstery. $250. 
Matching barrel-backed 
chair, $50. Mint 
condition! 424-9190 

27-3-28 



MICROWAVE OVEN • 

like new. Washer and 
dryer, in excellent 
condition. Moving - must 
sell. Call 484-8729 
anytime! 27-3k28 



FURNITURE - Couch, 
rocking chair, ottoman, 2 
end tables and coffee 
U^k, Brown naugahyde 
with colorful cushions. 
$350. for all, or will sell 
separate. 467-5732. 

27-3-21 

CARPET -NEW A USED 

room sized rugs and wall 
to wall carpet - as low as 
$1.50 a square yard. Must 
Sell! Days - evenings - 
weekends, call 461-2800. 
27-3-21 

TRADITIONAL sofa and 
chair with 2 sets of 
slipcovers. Must sell. 
$75.00. Please call 543- 
2102. 27-3-21 



WE BUY USED AND 
A!NTIQUE furniture! 
And appliances - call 
anytime — 857-6710, 

29-4-14 



CASH! CASNS-paid for 
used furniture, appliances 
T.V.'s. We buy anything. 
Call B & S FURNITURE 
3822 Granby St. 625-3376 
2».tf 



MOORE'S RENT A 

GARDEN • Reserve your 
garden space now. $20.00 
and up. Free water and 
compost. Call for 
iiiformation. 497-5189. 

35-3-21 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR - tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, low 
boy trailers, fence posts • 
corn. 5454370. 35-3-21 



LOVELY furnished 1-2 
bnlroom appt. with color 
T.V. Available through 
May. Reasonably priced. 
Pacific West Apartments. 
Motel 306 29th St. «t8- 
3633. 423-0888. 45-tf 



t ATAIINA HKi(;HlV^ 

bcilroom ninch. clcn. 
fxccllciif condilion. Ciixxl 
VHDA buy 81/4%. Jcryl 
Hill, agciii. 543-1702 or 
485-5950. REAITV 
WORID Wallace and 
Walnuriyhi 59-.VI4 



CUSTOM CABINET 
SHOP, cabinets, counter 
tops, vanities, bookcases, 
music centers and bars.' 
Quality wwk - reasonable 
rates • free estimates. Call. 
855-6645.583-3918. 71-tf 



••••• 
"rEUON-TO-reiliON" 
TiM'ili'YoiinaVwr 

local: 



GUIT4R: Applause 
parabolic Accostic: 
excellent ctHidition. All 
warranty and instruction 
papers. Case included. 
$140. or BEST OFFER. 
Call after 6 p.m. 428- 
0910. 304-4 



TUNE IN ON THIS- 

Wooden Clarinet, French 
made, in velvet casing. 
Used a little by school giri. 
In need of some minor 
repairs. $25.00 Please Call 
482-1768 after 5:30P.M. 
30tf 

ENJOY BIG SAVINGS on 

beautiful WINTER 
PIANOS at warehouse 
prices. All finishes & styles. 
PEAL A TOLLISON 
PIANO WAREHOUSE. 
5312 Va. Bch. Blvd., 
Building £.490-1653 30-tf 



•V ! 



GET INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
ChiochiUa breedi^. SmaU 
investmoit, large retuni. 
For appointiAent, 499- 
3278 between 3:30 and 
7:30 p.m. 15-tf 



TATTOOING: provide 
pomanett indeatificatlOT 
for your d<^!! Traceable 
indentification through 
the National Dog 
Registry! Prevents theft 
and Research Laboratory 
Experimentation! 461- 
5405. 23>4-4 

WHITE GERMAN 
SHEPARD CLUB of 

Tidewater now meeting 
twice monthly. Love is a 
White Geiman ^lepardll 
Fm- information call 583- 
8669 or 486-6274. 23-3-21 



CHAIN UNK FENCED 

feet high. Appradmaic^ 
180 feet. Excellent 
condition.^ ^ewr« -iwr 
fencing. $375.00 481-3550 
after 5PM. 25-344 



8EGOND8 AND 
ALMOST NEW/ laftiits, 
childrens and mataiiity 
clothes. Seasonable 
consignmentt accepted in 
excellent condition. 
MOTHER AND CHILD. 
Princess Anne Plaza 
Shopping Center, 340- 
0380. 25-3-28 



B a S FURNITURE CO. 

Unbelievable LOW 
PRICES. We buy and sell 
USED A NEW 
YESTERYEAR furniture 
at YESTERYEAR prices. 
625-3376 27-tf 

GRANDFATHER 
CLOCK - 7 feet tall. 
Fruitwood Hnish. New 
condition. $600. firm. 
420^45. 27-4-4 

COLOR TV, portable 
withatand, need worb,i8 
inch. MediterrancAn end 
table, kitchen table and 
chairs. Reasonable pri^tt 
467-3653. 27-4-4 



•oi>« MONEY wonm 

How* 10 ht^ Mlvfl flMMjr 
wMfte! Ltt dMrilW adi hi 
yowheaMova amftpn Mil 
ttdnai yoD M loaacr.iiMd nd 
can do wtttoui. Low eoM aad 
juMiacHin! 



NORVIEW- Rare coins- 

Norfolk's most comfriete. 
Buy, sell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Sou^cm 
Shopping Center. 
Norfolk, 85341 18. 31-tf 



nmucAiH 

li'i so my. . .advtrtlat Uw 
tliiiipyauiio lonair awlia the 
daniflcd ootwani of your 
hooNiowii atwip^tcr, In 
liractMly bo tiaM at ill, poeirie 
in your mtgliboihood wiU know 
wtutyovliaviioHU. Yoh'noh 
Uw raatf to am aarii. . . 

HMMbedy win nod yoor.44 aad 
.iibuyl, . 



-nMuoN'To-raaooM- 

••OAlll^wjpi^, 

TRACTOR WORK 
DONE - make your land 
ready for planting. 
Garden, grading, mowing, 
discing, plowing and 
bush-h<« work. 547-2554* 
or 547-7534. 35-3-28 

MOORE'S RENT-A 
GARDEN - reserve your 
garden space now! $20.00 
and up. Free water and 
compost. Call 497-5189. 
35-3-28 

TOP SOIL - Fill, Sand. 
Lot cleaning. 

Landscaping. Trash 
removal! Call 421-7373. 
35-3-28 

IT'S SPRING Planting 
Time! Free copy 48-pg. 
Planting Guide Catalog in 
color - offered by 
Virginia's largest growers 
of fruit trees, nut trees, 
berry plants, grape vines, 
landscape plant material. 
Waynesburo Nurseries - 
Waynesboro, Va. 22980. 
35-3-28 

<miON SETS - vegeuble 
seeds -Stark Fruit Trees - 
strawberry, asparagus 
plants at • OLD 
DOMINION LAWN & 
LEISURE, 1300 N. 
Battlefield Blvd. 547- 
7111. 35-3-28 



#A Wmr ^ala BlaaJaMaaaifc 



NEW 3 BEDROOM 

RANCH - 2 baths, CAC, 
self-clean over next to golf 
course, park, lake; easy 
access all bases. 499-9449. 
46-tf 

FURNISHED HOUSE - 

Norfolk area near bases. 2 
bedrooms, carpet, fenced! 
Singles OK. Pets too! 
Only $130. Homcfinders 
Fee 489-9410. 46-3-14 



MERRYFIELD - Brick 
Ranch, 3 bedrooms - 2 full 
baths, flnished room over 
garage. Patio. Heavy 
insulation package - 
storms, heat pump, 
central air. Good 
Schools!! $52,000. 
Assumenble SVt^t loan. 
No agents! 484-7260. 

60-3-21 



47 J^MBAB IteffMvishArf 




HOUSE FOR RENT - 

Virginia Beach, near Bay. 
2 bedroom, living room, 
kitchen. Singles QK. Kids 
and pets too! $195. 499- 
9166. 47 

FOR RENT 

TOWNHOUSE, Lynn 
Meadows. 3 bedroom, 214 
baths, dining room. 
Appliances -carpeted. Air 
conditioned. Washer and 
dryer. $280. 482-2415 
anytime. 47-4-14 

LOOK NO MORE! Let 

the Tidewater Rental 
Specialists do it for you! 
Hundreds of choices in 
houses, apartments, 
trailers and more; lowest 
rent; best service fee. 
Norfolk 489-9410 or Va. 
Beach 499-9166. Open 7 
days. 

47-3-14 



SURE BITE 

You're sure to get a bile 
if you drop a line in the 
classified columns of your 
community newspaper. 
Your classified ad is part 
of the hometown news 
that everybody wants to 
read as well as the news of 
the community. 



71.SarvieM Offered 



^ 



PIANO DOCTOR 
FULL reliable piano 
service, tuning, repairing, 
and regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes 420- 
4157. 71.t f 

PIANO TUNING 

promt efficient service. 
Lee Wales - please call 
460-0656. 71.tf 



HKAVY OK LIGHT 
HAULING-truck an4 

driver for hire. 
Ucpendubic and sure. 
Extra help available. Call 
me lor your hauling 
needs! 545-9330 71-tl 

MR. AND MRS. 
PAINTERS of the 
Tidewater area. The 
quality of a man- the 
smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior 
painting 424-4687 71-tr 

JANITORIAL SERVICE 
UNLIMITED - Complete 
janitorial services. Clean 
new homes upon, 
completion. Carpels,: 
hardwood floors, lawns: 
ETC! 485-3179 71-tf : 



JAKE'S MAINTEN- 
ANCE AND REPAIR 
SERVICE - all types of 
jobs done - home or yard. 
Work guaranteed. Call 
anytime. 468-2678. Free 
estimates. 71-4-4 



GOOD LUCK 

CHEMMEY SWEEP 
SERVICE - Don't risk a 
chimmey fire! Licmsed, 
insured, professional 
methods - We Don't 
Leave You In The Dust!! 
547-1226. —71-3-28 



' jMn Aur w» m ii m man. 

LM iM Imm, Mhaf Mur dub 







90-Wantd to RaM 



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M'NWiVy • MMM 



^f»m' 

Tractors, 3, 



24 Haiiai CaltiiiClo> 



PUD'S - CefUmics. 
Certified Duncan 
Teacher. Complete line 
Duncan produ^'s. 
Greenware. Firing. 
Unique gifts. Free 
beginner's dassa. 2213 
Potters Road. 463-0437. 
19-tf 



PURE AND PAimRl!Jl> 

Arabian horses for sale. I 
weanling, mature stock 
and 1 stallion. Priced 
between $500. and $^,000. 
Also 3 stallions at stud. 
547-7M4. 24-3-21 



TBIrthlMfarlala 



REPRODUCTION OF 
ANTIQUE GLASS -Turn 

of the century - unique • 
otquisite. Sample prices. 
Many dirr«ent items to 
choose from. Selling out! 
4S2-I768 after 6:00 p.m. 
26-tf 

ANTIQUE PIANO - 

Ejtcdient conditfon. Made 
in INS. Bradbcrry. $400. 
- nepNiAiel Call ai^tine 
583-3118. 26-3-28 



FLEA MARKET No 3. 
3315 South Military 
Highway. Open Friday, 
Saturday, Sunday only 10- 
6. Inside stalls and uble 
set-ups for rent. 28 stalls 
to serve you. Free 
admission. 487-9803. 28-tf 

CLEARANCE SALE - 

everything must go at 
reduced prices! Making 
room to rent stalls!! 2642 
Campostella Rd. Mazzie's 
Flea Market 545-6944 or 
545-9071. 28-tf 



HIS/HERS WEDDING 
BANDS • yellow gold. 
Sizes 3 and 10. Never 
worn! Fancy not (Main. 
$80. Call after 5 p.m. 543- 
6719. 32-4-4 

ONE OF A KIND - 

Sterling Zodiac ring - one 
of a kind • custom mwie, 
Sagittarius and Virgo 
sings in raised sterling on a 
wide band. Woman's size 



JO 
■EPAOI 

Hodk-Up equipment 
Low boy trailer, fence 
posts and Com! 545-8370. 
36-3-28 

BACK HOE - like new, in 
exc^ent condition - less 
than 1,000 hours. 1975. 
Call between 9 am • 5 pm. 
420^^0. 36-3-21 

FORD -1959 TRACTOR. 

Good condition, rebuih 
engine. $1900, but will 
dicker jdn price! Cultivator 



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LARGE FURNISHED 
STUDIO apartment, 
vicinity CBN-College Park. 
One year plus May I. Reply 
including phone no., Mrs. 
Middleton, Box 1316 
Concord, Ma.OI74l 50-3-14 



SS-FarRMHartala 



■" dickcr;di 
^^r "e",rou. »''\ri»«««: "Iniost new $375. 
m^^ 3Ut °''««'^2806. 36-4-4 



334iM1M«itolil 






GROOMERS AND 
HANI^^RS SPECIAL 

now ^ng on. Full line of 
sundics at THE LEASH 
ft COLLAR SHOP 3818 
Granby St. C7-0530. 

22-4-4 
— 

BICHON FRiSE- 

Adorable white rmppies, 
playful, good nai tired- 
love children. AKC 
registered. House-sized 
HYPOALLERGENIC 
puppies! i Uniqve and 
affordable. Call 4904M2I 
22-3-14 



YOMinna inunoR 

- $2^ . |»r menth 
pajmiMb. ^M^MMoately 
$IM. Waace. ^^mM 
mfe. Il^is4»ota. Tttc 
over fM^^ntsI 543-4436. 
^44 



CUNDER BLOCKS-ISM 

12 inch. Never used!. 
Orade-i . Sold by lot only, 
will not ddiver - 428-6928 
or 428-9186. 26-4-4 

GILL NETS-CUSTOM 
MADE, any length. Idnl 
for fishing off beach. 
Complete rig - net, 2 
andKM and bmiys. Oril 
425-7246 for price 
quotation! 25-4-4 

mUNG HAS ^RUNG 

at the BABY LADY 
SHOP!! Spring and 
summer selections- 
recycled baby items! I 
Cribs to Bibs. 11-4 
n^days, 11-5 Saturdays, 
Lakeland Shopping 
Canter, 853-9934. 25-tf 

POOL STICK with 2 
handte ^. SONY TC- 
2TO Tape l^k $190. Oak 
Wa^r^e $»». MAIL 
VANH IfW 14 ToB-nwd 
Upl$2%0.468-64M. 

23-4.14 



ANTIQUES -Wash Stand 
w/pltcher A bowl S23. 
Iron ice cma parlour 
chair $15. PLUS! Maroon 
leatlm K>f a with mttdi^ 
swivel (Aair $73. or Bett. 
4904419, a6.}-2l 

ANnQUE maoAMD 

- over too y^trs old! 
Hepplewhite reproduc- 
tion! From the Aomarson 
Ctrilectim of PoftwMtth, 
Va. For infomMkM aril 
423^)606. %4-l4 

MUST^fEU 0RNA1V 

WALNUT andqw dinii« 
roMt m. Oci^onal ti#te 
on jMfiMI, SicUm. Mm 
board, . buffet, shina 
cabinet, (^itfty itml 
1890 Cira. 4144449. 



SHOTGUNS, rifles, 
pistols, knives, swords, 
bayoneu and all types war 
sou^^rs • reganlless of 
condition. Collector will 
pay tc^$$$ 467-1888. 

29-^28 

NOnCEil THAT old f^ 

coat, ^k«, or siivv fM 
scarf need not bang 
un^ in yam dhmW 
Bring them in for 
SScasM$ 833-3904. 

29.3.21 



OMEI«ITAL CARPETS - 

wanted - My ctydttkiK 
M^ 1^. ^aae ott 461? 
3134. 29^3-21 



FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 
Seafood Market. At the 
Farmer's Market of 
Virginia Beach. Call 427- 
3574. Open 94 daUy. 

33-tf 

OYSTUS - Lynnhaven 
shucked and un«whed. 
Opposite Hurd's Seafood 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd., Eari Smith, 
340-5171. 33.tf 



LOCAL TOUCH 

No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everyday life of your 
community more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 



COMMERCIAL VAC- 

UUME CLEANER -Billy 
Goat Brand - used once. 
GREAT for parking lot 
dnn up! CLEAN UP ON 
THIS! 4884431. 38-44 



FIREWOOD • HARD- 
WOOD OAK/MAPLE. 

Fun cortf 4 X 4 N S", 
$75.00 delivered. Half 
cord. $40.00. May pMt up 
at reduMd rate. M.A. 
Gimn. 5474937. 34-tr 



ROOM F(NIUNT- near 

Ocean, private bath and 
mtrance. Mature woman 
preferred. References. 
Call 43842(3. 43-3-14 



ANTK}UE MANTUa - 

iak« ftMi b«w taflt hi 
I8M; Ui^im and 
dilta«Mf Cmmt ' 9mt 
(tesigns. ftted 10 sMI 
m-m\. 364-14 



W«iiNs to buy ponabte 
dectrk typewriter in good 
worictag order, Mease ^ 
4ll-46>6. 



WC BOY ANY^WG^^ 

WO^ nk teftovert. #9- 
0739 or 467-2144. »^T 



MRT A-l. black, ^ilc 
top »>il. Also san4 ml 
fill. Prtmipi service. Jack 
N. Pow^i, Inc., tShim 
orB3-72l8. J9-tf 

JOHNSON FAilll 
REPAIR, traciora, 3, 
Heok-up c<juip^«i, 
few* pwis, pnniM hay 
Mdcom.J«.83m XMf 



BRENTWOOD FOR- 
REST - completely 
f^Hi^cd qiwtnept. For 
older settM person. 
UtWai iochMM. 3 roMU 
Mid hath. fiOO. m<mth. 
3lt4$4l, 45-3-21 

MiWr*Qiri«,3Ndroon 
dupiax . Cm verted farm- 
htHWt laip |wd with 
tne».$l43. mim. 

43-3-7 



LAKE SMITH 

TERRACE • Cozy 2 
bedroom, carpet, air - 
great area for kids $200. 
Homefinders Fee 499- 
9166. 53-3-14 

VIRGINIA BEACH - 

waterfront 2 bedroom, 
fireplace, den, garage. 
Bring your boat $325. 
Homefinders Fee. 499- 
9166. 53-3-14 

NORFOLK - $190. rents 
this large VA bedroom 
home, appliances, carpet 
and more. Homefinders 
Fee. 489-9410. 53-3-14 

CHESAPEAKE - 3 acres 
plus 3 bedrooms, 
fireplace, den. appliances. 
Country living. $275. 

CHESAPEAKE - 3 acres 
plus 3 bedrooms, 
. fireplace, den, appliances. 
COUNTRY LIVING. 
$275. Homefinden Fee. 
489-9410. 53-3-14 



EXTRA CASH 

It's so easy... advertise 
the things you no longer 
need in the classified 
columns of your 
htwietown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all, 
people in your 
ne^hberhood will know 
what you have to sell. 



CAVALIER KITCHKNS- 

offers Overton unfinished 
cabinets. High quality, low 
prices. Wc offer planning 
{ and installation, or do it 
yourself! CALL -857-1435 
7I.tf 

REMODELING ROOM 
ApDIXION&.JlENRr« 

Any type of borne 
improvements. Kitchens 
md bathrooms 

modernized. Quality 
work. Free estimates. 
Please call 547-0089, 543- 
2923. 71-tf 

RON WEST - TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
paneling. doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodeling. 
623-0201. 71-tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting and chimney 
water proofing. All work 
guaranteed. Call Melvin 
D. Dever Roofing Co.. 
587-5003. 71-tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. Call night or 
day. 625-9624 or 857-6710 
shop. 71-tf 

SIMMONS HEATING & 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

Call the EXPERIENCED 
ONE for repairs or 
replacement. We stand 
behind our 31 years of 
experience. 424-291 1 

7ltf 

MAGIC-Lcarn from 
recognized professional 
Magician for fun, profit, 
prestige and popularity. 
Low rates. All ages. 
Phone 853-8852 

7ltf 

AARDVARK CHIMNEY 
SWEEPS, INC. Fast, 
clean professional service. 
We'll reduce the risk of 
chimney fires. Master 
Charge & Visa. 485-3391 
or 487-7183. 7ltf 



HREPLACES - Have a 
custom fireplace built in 
your home at a reasonable : 
price by Michael and Hill, ' 
fireplace specialists 
licensed, bonded and : 
insured - references. 482- 
3636. 71-tf 

ipAiN HNc • wmuom 

AND EXTEMtmt - Flree 
estimates. Call 428-741 9. 
H ' 7r- J-78 • 



LICENSED PAINTER - 

interior and exterior. 
Large and small jobs. 
References available. 
FREE ESTIMATES. Call 
Terry -340-2788. 71-44 

STOP WASTING 
MONEY ON lost energy! 
Have a free computerized 
energy audit to determine 
heat loss. For deuils call 
T.E., RITTER 

CORPORATION. Serv- 
ing Tidewater since 1924. 
622-3831. 71-tf 



"PERSON-TO-PERSON" 

TInt'i tt! Yoii ind Year 

LOCAL Nmipoper 

WE PRINT newspapers, 
circulars, shopping 
guides, anything on 
newsprint, with or without 
composition and camera 
services. We take orders 
for small tabloid 
newspapers with press 
runs as low as 1,000 and 
we print for bigger ' 
publications with 50,000 
and more circulation. 
We've got lots of 
Tidewater am customers 
because we're good, we're 
dependable and we're * 
local. Ptease call Sheldon . 
Kelly. 547-4571. for :• 
information and price :-: 
quotations. You will be $} 
dealing with Byerly it- 
Publications, publishers S 
of the Chesapeake Pou :i: 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. 71-tf 



HICKORY SECTION 

3132 BatlkficM Blvd. Brick 
ranch. 3 bedroom, 
dcn/fireplace, double 
gan^. central air. Must 
see to apiwtciate. Middle 
60's. 481-3253 39-3-14 



UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Done at very reasonable 
rates. Will pick up and 
deliver. Gloria Boylcs, 
3974424. 71 

DEMOLITION AND 
ClfJiN UP work done, 
reasonable rates. Used 
building materials, 
windows, doors, lumber 
and USED BRICK! for 
sale. CALL tt2-7365. 

71-tf 



BATH IHMM TILE -For 

your ceramic needs in 
existing honns. New or 
repair work, walls ami 
floors and showw docv 
leaks, call 340-0180 and 
ask for Leo. " 71-tf-3 

Hl^ iM> i i'IIOU>lt:K%. 
slipcover!,, and drapes! 
FREE ESTIMATE - 
fabric shown in your 
home. Discount on all 
fabrics. Work ^uanteed. 
853-3904. 71.3-» 



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14 VIRGINIA BEACH SUNnWEDNESDAY. MARC K 14. 1979 



beach military update 



Symalla 



Sweatt 



Zarske 



Braun 



Sergeant John F. Symalla, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Jerome P. Symalla of Waterside Ct., Virginia Beach, 
has arrived for duty at Spangdahlem AB, Germany. 

The sergeant, a disbursement accounting specialist 
with a unit of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe, previously 
served at Little Rock AFB, Ark. 

Sergeant Symalla, a 1973 graduate of Kellam High 
School, attended the University of Arkansas at Little 
Rock. 



LaGrotta 



i 



Airman Larry K. LaGrotta, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Kenneth J. LaGrotta of Page Ave., Virginia Beach, has 
completed Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, 
Tex . 

During the intensive six weeks of training, the airman 
earned the honor graduate ribbon for academic and 
military excellence. 

Airman LaGrotta is remaining at the Air Training 
Command base for specialized training in the security 
police field. 

The airman is a 1978 graduate of Frank W. Cox High 
School. 



Smathers 



Airrnan Nathan L. Smathers, son of retired Marine 
Corps Gunnery Sergeant Thomas O. Smathers of 
Poppy Cres., Virginia Beach, has been selected for 
technical training at Sheppard AFB, Tex., in the Air 
Force wire maintenance field. 

The airman recently completed basic training at 
LackJiand AFB, Tex., and studied the Air Force mision, 
organization and customs and received special 
instruction in human relations. 

• Airman Smathers, a 1977 graduate of Lake Brantley 
High School, Forest City, Fla., attended Seminole 
Coniraunity College, Sanford, Fla. 



Multer 



Selected for instruction In the commimications 
electronics field at Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing 
basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., is Airman Dale 
_E. Multer, 5on of retired Navy Commandet- atid^Mrs. 
Richard P. Multer of Laurel Cove Circle, Virginia 
Beach. 

During the six weeks at Lackland, the airman studied 
the Air ^rce mission, organization and customs and 
received special instruction in human relations. 

Airman Multer is a 1978 graduate of Frank W. Cox 
High School. 



Knox 

Airman Michael D. Knox, son of Mrs. Roberta J. 
Knox of Millstream Road, Virginia Beach, has been 
selected for technical training at Indian Springs Air 
Force Auxiliary Field, Nev., in the Air Force munitions 
weapons field. 

The airman recently completed basic training at 
Lackland AFB, Tex., and studied the Air Force 
mission, organization and customs and received special 
instruction in human relations. 

Airman Knox is a 1978 graduate of Floyd E. Kellam 
High School. His father, retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty 
Officer Richard C. Knox, resides on Waterfront Drive, 
Virginia Beach. 



Hillegass 



Jimmy R. Sweatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy W. 
Sweatt of Frostbury Lane, Virginia Beach, has been 
promoted to airman first class in the U.S. Air Force. 

Airman Sweatt, a, still photographic specialist, is 
assigned |o Ellsworth AFB, S.D., with a unit of the 
Strategic Air Command. 

The airman, a 1976 graduate of Bayside Senior High 
School, received an A.S. degree in photography in 1977 
from Virginia Beach Technical Center. 



Cafffee 



•-V 



U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant James ,G. Caffee, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Cafee of Seaboard Road, 
Virginia Beach, has arrived for duty at Osan AB, 
Republic of Korea. 

The sergeant, a telecommunications operations 
specialist with a unit of the Air Force Communications 
Service, previously served at Langley AFB. 

Sergeant Caffee, a 1969 graduate of Floyd E. Kellam 
High School, attending Norfolk State College. 

Blake 

Spec. 4 Benjamin J. Blake Jr. of Virginia Beach, i$ 
participating with the 84th Engineer Battalion in 
rehabilitation work at Eniwelok in the Western Pacific's 
Marshall Islands. 

Eniwetok, 2,3000 miles southwest of Hawaii, was a 
test site for nuclear explosions in the 1940s and 1950s. 

The rehabilitation work consists of removing 
radiologically contaminated earth from selected islands 
and transporting it from sealed burial in a selected 
massive crater. 

On completioi^ of the humanitarian joint service 
effort, the people who were moved grom the atoll to 
other areas in the Pacific before testing began are 
scheduled to return to their original home. 

Blake is an amphibian engineer with the battalion. 

His wife, Joanne, lives on St. Matthews Square. 



Coast Guard Seaman Radioman Ginger C. Zarske, 
daughter of Ervin R. and Audrey D. Zarske of Bragg 
Court, Virginia BjMch, has reported for duty at Coast 
Guard Communication Station, Portsmouth. 

A 1972 graduate of Kellam High School, she joined 
the Coast Guard in May 1978. 



Burden ' 

Pvt. Cassell D. Burden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmurf 
Burden, Bonney Road, Virginia Beach, recently was 
assigned as an infantryman with the 1st Cavalry 
Division at Fort Hood, Texas. 

He entered the Army in September 1978. 

Burden is a 1978 graduate ofBayside High School. 



John L. Braun, son of Farrell J. and Theresa L. 
Braun of Plaza Trail Court, Virginia Beach, was 
selected for the Dean's List at the U.S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, Md. 

This list recognizes midshipmen who have excelled in 
academic studies at the academy. 

Midshipmen undergo four ^ars of extensive study in 
engineering, mathematics, physical and marine sciences, 
matiagement and government. In addition to an active 
physical fitness curriculum, they study military justice, 
leadership and naval history, plus a variety of elective 
courses leading to a baccalaureate and commission in 
the Navy or Marine Corps. 



Grubbs 



Manning 



2nd Lt. Robert K. Grubbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Alfred T. Grubbs, Sabal Palm Court, Virginia Beach, 
recently was assigned as a platoon leader with the 130th 
Engineer Brigade in Darmstadt, Germany. 



Marine Second Lieutenant William J. Manning, son 
of William J. and Betsy B. Manning of Westerfleld 
Road, Virginia Beach, has completed the Ground 
Supply Officer's course. 

The 12-week course was conducted at the Marine 
Corps Service Support Schools, Camp Lejeune, N.C. 
The course was designed to provide officers with the 
technical and leadership skills required of supply 
officers in managing a supply account in Fleet Marine 
Force (FMF) and non-FMFunits. 

The course of study centered on manual supply 
accounting procedures, including instruction on 
publications, procurement, storage and financial 
management. ■ . 

A graduate of Frank W. Cox High School, and a 
graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, 
Va., with a Bachelor of Science degree, he joined the 
Marine Corps in January 1 978 . 



Mills 



Navy Hospitalman Corpsman Second Class Rory M. 
Mills, whose wife, Jeannie, is the daughter of Richard J. 
and Bonnie Foltz of Rainey Court, Virginia Beach, is 
participating in the combined U.S. -Italian naval 
exercise "National Week ^XVI/Sardinia 79" in the 
central Mediterranean Sea. 

He is a crewmember aboard the replenishment oiler 
USS Milwaukee, homeported in Norfolk. 

The week-long exercise began February 26 and 
involves over 50 ships and almost 300 aircraft. Land 
based aircraft support is being provided by West 
Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy and U.S. Air 
Forces in Europe. 

Mills joined the Navy in October 1973. 



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Thomas J. Levitt, son of Mrs. Regina M. Levitt; Opal 
Ave., Virginia Beach, recently was promoted to Army 
major while serving as an organizational effectiveness 
staff officer with the 19th Support Command in Korea. 

He entered the Army in March 1%7. 

Levitt attended Old Dominion University, Norfolk, 
Golden Gate University, San Francisco, Calif., and 
received a master's degree in 1977. 

Ventrelli 

Staff Sergeant Frank V. Ventrelli of Virginia Beach, 
is participating with the 84th Engineer Battalion in 
rehabilitation work at Eniwetok in the Western Pacific's 
Marshall Islands. 

Eniwetok, 2,3000 miles southwest of Hawaii, was a 
test site for nuclear explosions in the 1940s and 195(fe. 

The rehabilitation work consists of removing 
radiologically contaminated earth from selected islands 
and transporting it from sealed burial in a selected 
massive crater. 

On completion of the humanitarian joint service 
effort, the people who were moved from the atoll to 
other areas in the Pacific before testing began are 
scheduled to return to their original home. 

Ventrelli is an amphibian vehice operator with the 
battalion. 

His wife, Jo Lee, lives on Virginia Beach Blvd. 



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Marine Lance Corporal Edward B. Hillegass, son of EfilCSen 
Michael G. and Catherine M. Hillegass of Larkspur 
Court, Virginia Beach, has reported for duty at 3d 
Marine Division, on Okinawa. 

A 1975 graduate of Kempsville High School, he 
joined the Marine Corps in January 1977. 



Frangenberg 



Marine Lance Corporal Donald P. Frangenberg, son 
of A.M. and JoAnne Frangenberg of Raff Road, 
Virginia Beach, is participating in the multi-nation 
naval exercise "Reades 1-79" in the Caribbean Sea. 

He is a member of the Isi Battalion, 6th Marines, 
based at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C. 

Conducted at Vieques Island, Puerto Rico and in the 
Caribbean Sea, the month-long "Readex 1-79" is 
designed to improve overall fieet readiness by exercising 
Navy and Marine Corps personnel and weapons systems 
under realistic conditions. 

A 1975 graduate of Princess Anne High School, 
Frangenberg joined the Marine Corps in June 1975. 



Navy Machinist's Mate Third Class Ronald N. 
Eriksen, son of Norman G. and Joyce Eriksen of Crest 
Havey Lane, Virginia Beach, recently returned from a 
deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. 

He is a crewmember aboard the destroyer USS 
Forrest Sherman, homeported in Charleston, S.C. 
While deployed, his ship operated as a unit of the U.S. 
Sixth Fleet. 

During the seven-month cruise, the Forrest Sherman 
participated in various training exercises with other 
Sixth Fleet units and those of allied nations. Port visits 
were made in Italy, France and Spain. 

A 1972 graduate of Kempsville High School, Eriksen 
joined the Navy in March 1974. 



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Franklin 



Marine Private First Class Eugene C. Franklin, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Homer C, Franklin of Earl of Balfon 
Court, Virginia Beach, has reported for du^ with 2d 
Marine Division, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, 
N.C. 

A 1978 graduate of Frank W. Cox High School, he 
joined the Marine Corps in September 1978. 



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Agreement 
developmei 



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As an alternative, council approved the formation of a Community 
A»».-o»-u uj ri r. ■-"T — — ■ — Development Corporation which could serve as a vehicle Thp 

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IX reldy fot s« neighborhoods of which two are council Appointees, two are from the Citizens Advisory 

ViS elh c fcouS^^^^^^^^^^^ » . Commmee, and two areappointed by the other four members. The six 

virgmia Beach City Council Monday afternoon apprbved an members are self-perpituating. Sam Houston is chairman 

(VHDA) v>rg»ma Housing and Development Authority used for salaries of administrators. 

The agreement releases 1200,000 in Community Development funds 
for rehabilitation loans and grants which have been tied up in red tape 
for months. 

The action, however, was opposed by representatives of the 
Community Development Corporation who believe control of the 
program should be separate frofti the city government and in local rather 
than in state hands. 



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"Discipline, drive" mal(e 
danier's dreams come true 



Avoiding another bureaucracy 

Charles Reynolds, president of Atlantic National Bank and a 
corporation treasurer, said that the biggest concern seems to be the 
budget, but said the corporation would have to have the tools to do the 
job. 

Aft u f J- ■ Hanbury turned to the VHDA because the 1979 General Assemhiv 

afttrn'r cInclmrS ''''^ '^^'^'^^'^^ ^'^^'^ P"™^^ community devefopSf^^^^^^^^^^ 

fhrcrndUhouin/t 1^^ ^r '^- ^"1 "TS^ '"'' ''""''^'"^ ''^''^''"^ f^^*" °"'" ^""^^ ^^^ ^^e dty can now lend money without 

SheLers ''"'"" "^''' " °"' ""°"« lending its credit. He said, "No longer, (does the city) have to be at arm's 

u.^t,..,., co:^ .u . u- 1 • length" and there is no need for a separate bureau. He said that he saw 

Hanbury sad that his only interest was in freeing the money for the the corporation as another bureaucracy 

people at the least cost by using city employees for resource people and Hanbury did not rule out the possibility that the city could continue to 

SS af hf , '"?' '""'""'''• "^ ''"'' '''' '^°"^^y'^ '''' ^^^ '"^ ^-P°^«»'°" •" the Vture He sa d of he p'^am with the 
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directoroftheDepartmentofHousingandUrbanDevelopment. the program. VHDA- has committed $500,000 of its funds to the 

program, he said, which is a 2-1 ratio. He said that VHDA's interest rate 
■^T SV* will be writteii down to 3 percent for target area residents.' '~' 

The loans will also be available to other residents who are not in the 
target areas. 

The cost of the VHDApre|ranfis$50 an applicatrdnr"^ =^_~..-.™- 

He said he would not recommend spending $50,000 for the 
Corporation budget. He said that if council did not ratify the agreement, 
he would have to tell Mrs. White that "we're back dealing with the 
corporation and may not have a legal vehicle." 

Councilman Reid Ervin agreed that since the corporation was self- 
perpetuating, the only control council had was through a monthly 
report. 



Money virtually frozen 



~ stage lights and reh^u-sal schedules are 
not new to Virginia Beach ballerina 
Monique McCIoud. At the age of 12 she's 
already . given a fare share of 
performances, her most recent being one 
that many dancers only dream of — an 
appearance with Barishnikov himself in 
Balanchine's ballet "Harle(]jwinade" at 
the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. 
Monique was one of 32 auditioned and 
selected to appear in the ballet by David 
Richardson, ballet master for the New 
York City Ballet. Over 300 dancers 
auditioned for the parts. 

Two weeks of rehearsals with the 
company followed, with performances at 
the Kennedy Center running from Feb. 14 
to March 3. 

"It was something," Monique recalls 
of the experience. "Dancing there really 
made me feel IHte a professional! " 

The performances were the young 
dancer's first opportunity to dance with a 
live orchestra, an experience which can 
spoil you, laughs her mother, Mrs. J.R. 
McCloud. 

"With live music you can feel the 
vibrations on stage," she explains. "The 
conductor can direct the music to breathe 
with the daiuxrs. Monique is used to 
taped music, and there you have to keep 
up with the tape. 
And what was it like working with the 



famous Bi^dnrfkov? •♦He ft fHendly,** 
says Monique. "Aad. h^x^n really 
jump." 

A student at the Tidewater Ballet 
Association, Monique has been studying 
dance for nine of her 12 years. Dance 
lessons are part of her everyday routine. 

Under the direction of Teresa Martinez, 
Gene Hammett, Susan Borree, Patricia 
Sorrell and Richard Salinas, she attends 
lessons and rehearsals seven days a week, 
four or five hours a day. She's been going 
everyday since she was eight years old. 

"You have to practice every day or 
you'll get stiff," she explains. During 
those hours of practice she attends 
separate classes in ballet, adagio (dancing 
with a partner), pointe (toe dancing), 
advanced jazz variation, repertoire, 
character and mime. 

Mrs. McCIoud says that in the 
beginning she pushed her daughter in the 
direction of ballet because she was once a 
dancer herself. 

"Every teacher said she had potential. 
You have to have the body for it — and 
brains, too. There's a tremendous amount 
of cRoreography to learn and it takes a lot 
of discipline and drive, 

"She's going to have some decisions to 
make soon though," she adcfe. "If she 
wants to be a professional she has to have 
the best p<^tble training now. The 
demands on her time will force her to miss 



The money had been virtually frozen because Virginia Beach had no 
vehicle for administering the 'funds. The city was prohibited because 
Community Development funds received by the city were considered 
under state law as comingled with other city money as soon as it is 
received. State law prohibited the locality from extending credit to 
private individuals, so the city was stymied. 

To correct the situation, the establishment of a local Redevelopment 
and Housing Authority was jproposed but rejected by citizens in the 
communities involved, the Community Development Committee and 
eventually by the council itsel# 

Citizens expressed the fe|r that an Authority which would have 
condemnation powers wouW leave some of them homeless. Hanbury 
favored^ Aitthari^.<»l|ft%^Nwtdr aerved ar the Authority to avoid 
Giiiriqt Mwtter «fai^ vMiidb wwkt iffte tome of the commum'ty 
deve l<yment funds off the top. Citizem objected to this concept as wdl. 



Councilman Riggs challenges 
proposed water cost increase 



City works to open Riidee Inlet 



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Inlet but it will still be two 
or three weeks before this 
is accomplished. 

Senator Joseph Canada 
Monday afternoon told 
City Council that Rudee 
Inlet was closed for all 
practical purposes at low 
tide. He said there were 
two accidents last Sunday. 
The fishing and 
sightseeing businesses 
need help, he said. 

City Manager George 
L. Hanbury said that two 
sand bar areas all built up 
on the north and south 
jettie, tmd the Erosion 
Commission would be 
given two more days to 
correct the situation 
before oUling in Cottrell 
&^n^ring Corporation. 
The company, Hwibury 



said, will chaise $35,d0D 
for mobilization and 
demobilization and $5,000 
a day for the w<»k. The 
commission's estimate of 
$60,000 for the, work may 
be reduced, he sM, since 
the commimon has done 
icMneofthework. 

In answer to a question 
from Councilman R.L. 
Riggs, Hanbury said that 
the U.S. Corps of 
Engineers will not take 
wer the ,lnl« until ifm 
jMies have b«n extoMM. 

In the meantime, he 
ttU, Ruttoe Inlet is tlw 
city's responsibility. 
Hanbury said he would 
bring in an appropriation 
<^inanc* for the work 
iMit Monday. 



Virginia Beach City 
Councilman R.L. Riggs 
wants to see proof that the 
City of Norfolk's 
announced water cost 
increase is justiHed. 

In a statement to City 
Council Monday 
afternoon, Riggs said that 
"until the City of Norfolk 
can prove to the citizens of 
this city that we are 
costing them money 
through the use of their 
water, this city should 
begin legal action to 
prevent any further raping 
for our citizens." 

Although other council 
members were apparently 
sympathetic to Riggs' 
stand, there seemed to be 
little hope that the Beach 
would escape the higher 
cost of water. 

City Manager George 
L. Hanbury said that the 
1972 agreement with 
Norfolk states that if 
water rates are increased 



for Norfolk citizens they 
will be increased to the 
same extent in Virginia 
Beach. He said that when 
Norfolk last requested an 
increase, "The city did not 
prove the need, but thaf 
this time Norfolk 
submitted an engineering 
report showing there is 
some justification for the 
increase. 

Norfolk, which already 
charges the Beach 48.5 
cents per 1,000 gallons of 
water, will increase the 
cost to 53 cents effective 
April 3. 

Hanbury said he asked 
for a rate increase hold-up 
until the new fiscal year on 
July 1 to prqiare Beach 
residents for the change 
but was turned down. 

He is recommending 
instead that council will 
pass the added charge to 
its customers on July 1 
and have the city pick up 
the tab ~ apfM-oximately 




R.L Riggs 



$64,000 ~ for the period 
from April 3 to July 1. 

The two other 
alternatives are not to 
implement the price 
increase at all or to 
implement it immediately. 

He said that if council 
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Mechanism for making loans 

ara Moore, Community DeveliSlpoient «recuv for theciiit«ald thi 
VHDA program fs m^dffy a mechanism for leaking loans. 
■^H g s«d jhe toans or grants will be processed locally, served by a local 
bank. He said there is still a role for the corporation, 
but the question is the cost of carrying out that role. 

Mayor Patrick L. Standing cautioned that the 
corporation was established originally because the city 
could not lend money to individuals under former laws. 
Houston said the Community Development 
Corporation was initially appointed by council and that 
the budget is "just a red herring." 
"We have been accused of setting up a bureaucracy. I 

Sm DEVELOPMENT FUNDS, page 6 

Virginia Beacli Blvd. 

Eight lanes or not, 
the cost is the same 

The eight-laning of Virginia Beach Boulevard will 
cost approximately $40 million and may even double 
that figure by the time the road is completed, according 
to Virginia Beach City Councilman Reid Ervin . 

Ervin said that $2 million has already been spent on 
the road design and that Jack Hodge, district engineer 
for the State Highway Department, said the cost of the 
road has been estimated at $40 million. Ervin reported 
that Hodge said that figure could be doubled. He also 
quoted Hodge as saying that he did not think that eight 
lanes were the answer. 

At a recent public hearing on the road, some 
merchants located along the highway opposed the eight- 
lane design, which would eliminate the feeder roads. 
Also opposing the design were Councilman Donald 
Merrick and State Senator Glenn McClanan. 

Council Vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. was critical 
Monday afternoon of a councilman (Merrick) and a 

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happenings 



Tapes on tax Instructions 
aviMable for use at library 

The Great Neck branch of the Virginia Beach 
Public Library system has income tax instructions 
on cassette available at the library for checking 
out by interested persons holding Virginia Beach 
Public Library cards. The Internal Revenue 
Service has provided the library with audio 
cassettes containing instructions to the 1040 and 
I040A income tax forms. 

The tapes may be checked out for a one-week 
period on the library card. These tapes are 
available for loan only at the Great Neck Branch 
Library. The library is located at 1251 Bayne 
Drive in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach. For 
further information on this service contact Debbie 
Carter at 481-6094. 



Historical society program Is 
'Restoration of old churches ' 

The Historical Society of the Norfolk District 
United Methodist Church will meet at Thalia 
United Methodist Church, at 6:30 p.m.. 
Thursday, March 22. The church is located on 
Virginia Beach Boulevard at Fir Avenue, Virginia 
Beach. 

The program will deal with "The Restoration of 
Old Churches." The speaker will be Peter M. 
Meredith Sr., President of Meredith Construction 
Company, Norfolk. 

Ministers of local churches and local church 
historians are especially urged to be present and 
others are cordially welcome. 



Sons of Italy plan 
March acUvHIes- 



Sons of Italy of Roma Lodge #254 will have 
installation of new officers on Sunday, March 25, 
at 2 p.m. at the club, 3097 Magic Hollow 
Boulevard, Virginia Beach. A pot luck dinner is 
planned. Members are asked to call Norma Russo, 
or the club to let them know what dish you will 
bring. 

The regular monthly meeting of the club will be 
held op Monday^ March. 26 at 7:30 p.m. at 3097 
Magic Holto^ Boulevard. * '^ 

; The fnonthfar^gp will bg^Ii^rf flp S^r^Xf 
March 31 at 5:30 p.m. Tickets" can be bought at 
the door. Music by Louis Hahn and his orchestra. 



Mosquito control educational 
meeting set for March 29 

A mosquito control educational meeting will be 
held March 29 at 8 p.m. at Creeds Elementary 
School for residents of Pungo and Blackwater not 
now in a Control District. 

The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss 
values of control in rural areas, how control is 
achieved, effectiveness of control in other rural 
areas; materials used, and to answer questions. 

Speakers will be Stuart McCausland of the 
Virginia Health Department, Joe Cashman of 
Princess Anne Mosquito Control Commission and 
E.R. Cockreil Jr., Commissioner, Princess Anne 
Commission. 



Tidewater Supply Corps 
Association plans dinner 

Lieutenant General Gerald J. Post, USAF, 
director. Defense Logistics Agency, will ie the 
guest speaker at the Tidewater Supply Corps 
Association luncheon on Tuesday, March 27, 
beginning at 11:30 a.m. in the Commissioned 
OfHcers Mess OPEN, Naval Air Station (Breezy 
Point), Norfolk. 

Retired and active duty officers are asked to 
make reservations through their activity 
representatives or call LT Jon Mukri, 444-6781 or 
LCDR Harry Bishop, 444-2181, no later than 
March 23. 



Folk dance workshop 
set Friday, Saturday 

A Macedonian/Yugoslavian Folk Dance 
Workshop will be presented, jointly, by the 
Virginia Beach International Folk Dance Club and 
Selo. Featured will be Atanas Kalarovski, widely 
rect^ized as the finest Yugoslavian dancer in the 
world. The workshop will be held in three 
sessions, followed by an evening party. The times 
are as follows: 

Fri., Mar. 23, 8-11 p.m. at the United 
Methodist Church. 207 18th St., Virginia Beach. 

Sat., Mar. iA, 10 a.m.-l2 noon at the Eastern 
Shore Chapel, 202 Laskin Rd., Virginia Beach. 

2 p.m. -4 p.m. at Eastern Shore Chapel; 8 p.m.- 
12 midnight - the party at Eastern Shore Chapd. 

The cost fOT the full workshop will be $10, cm^ $3 
per session. For further information, contact Lisa 
Carey at 428-0826. 




&othiiv gathered for dmrily 



Used clothing for 
Church World Service, 
contributions collected by 
various churches in the 
Virginia Beach area, 
should be delivered to the 
clothing depot at 
Lynnhaven Colony United 
Church of Christ, 2217 
North Great Neck Road, 
between the hours of 2 
and 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. 
March 25, according to an 
announcement by 
Dorothy France, of 
Ashland, regional director 
for Church World Service 
in Virginia. A truck will 
pick up the clothing early 
Monday morning to 
transport it to Church 
World Service 

headquarters. New 
Windsor, Maryland, for 
processing. 

Blankets, sewing 



supplies, and soap will 
also be awepted, along 
with most types of men's, 
women's, and children 
clothing. Certain items, 
howitver, are not needed 
and cannot be accepted: 
shoes, hats, purses, men's 
ties. hose, and foundation 
garments. All clothing 
contributions should be 
packed in sturdy 
cardboard containers 
(with tops) and securely 
jied. Clothing piacked in 
plastic bags cannot be 
accepted. 

Cash donations of 
fifteen cents per pound of 
clothing donated are also 
being solicited by Church 
World Service, the funds 
to be used to cover the 
cost of shipping and 
processing. 



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Japanese flower arraqgliv 
studied by gardepi club 



Builnesswomen's chapter 
reports on spring events 

The Queen Neptune Chapt^ of American Business 
Women's Association held its $pring Enrollment Event 
and Birthday Celebration on Thursday, March 8, at 
Fort Story Officers Club. Several members and guests 
attended the celebration and enjoyed the dinner, 
program and birthday refreshments. 

Carol A. Beasley, Queen Neptune Chapter's Woman 
of the Year, was presented with a lovely corsage and the 
Woman of the Year Trophy. She was selected by the 
chapter in February and will represent her chapter at the 
national ABWA convention in the fall. 

Carol is employed by the Shopping Center 
Department of Pembroke Realty as Administrative 
Assistant. Among her many accomplishments was the 
promotion and opening of "The Alley" at Pembroke 
Mall. 



The Laurel Cove 
Garden Club met at the 
home of Mrs. Donice 
Schumm recently to hear 
-^Mrs. Sharon Sumner's 
presentation of Japanese 
flower arranging. Mrs. 
Sumner gave a brief 
history of Ikebana 
(Japanese flower 
arranging) and 

demonstrated many styl^ 
of the art.' 

Arrangements and 
horticulture specimens are 
judged by members of the 
Great Neck Estates 
Garden Club. Ribbons 



were awarded Jane Jones, 
Anne Marvin, Donice 
Schumm, Ckmnie Brown, 
Ginny Kieran in the 
artistic division and Betty 
Baker, Donice Schumm, 
and Margie Multer for 
horticulture. 



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The man onronmi who fcacb 
their community newspaper 
from cover-to-oover cadi inilc b 
not only a wcO-inforraed ptnoa 
on kxal events, Iwt tiis or Im 
knowMie through this reading 
halrit makes them become the 
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God open my eyes so I nuiy see 

And feel Your pitseacc dose to me... 
Give me strength for my stnmbUag feet 
As I battle the crowd 
on life's bosy street, 
And widen tlie vision of ny unscdnf eyes 

So in passing faces I'll recogniM 
Not Just a stnin^r, nniovcd and nnltnown, 
BntafriendwitlialKart 
that is much lllce my own... 
Give me perception to nake tat amure 
That scattered profusely 
on life's tborouglrfare 
Are the best GIFTS of GOD 
that we daily pus by 
As wc loolc at tlw world 
with an UNSEEING EYE. 

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The Comerttcme Christian Student Fdiowship of 
Viisiiiia Westeyan Collie is spomorii^ a youth retreat 
oOlcd "Si^fol Basic '79" on Mardi 30, 31 and A|»ril 1 
for soilo^ M|h school youth. The weekmd's then» U 
"BridfeOver Troubled Water." 

Registnition will bcfin on Friday, March 30, at 4 p.m. 
The registration fee is $3.50, which does not inclode the 
cost of meals. All participants will be able to stay on 
campus. 

Featured will be Victor Torres, an evangelist and 
youth leader whose life is depicted in his autobiography, 
"Son of Evil Street," and Ray Buchanon and JCen 
Hoi^e, two United Methodist ministers and youth 
leaders in the Virginia United Methodist Conference. 

The musical pwtions of the weekend will be offered 
by two groups: The Bridge, a contemporary Christian 
music group from Greensboro, N.C., and God's Way 
Band, a similar group from Raleigh. 

Advance reservations are required. Additional 
information can be obtains! from fellowship president 
Paul C. Nichols III at 4994S32. 

Flea maricet procMds boost 
churah iNilldbiK fiincl 

On April 28 the United Methodist Men of Princess 
Anne Plaza United Methodist Church, 208 S. Plaza 
Trail, will sponsor a flea market for the benefit of the 
church's building fund. A rumnuge sale and bake sale is 
included. 

Food and drinks will be available. Hours are from 10 
a.m. to S p.m. Reservations may be nuule by calling the 
church office at 340-3773, Bill Copenhaver at 340-1686, 
or Ernie Bessie evenings at 486-5744. Rain date will be 
May 12. 

Boys' Club hoMs fttnets day 

The Keystone Qub of the Boys' Club of Virginia 
Beach, held their 2nd annual fitness day, Saturday, 
March 3. Evoits included the MO meter run, push-ups, 
puil-ups, rope climb, and 50 year dash. Winners were: 
age 7-9 Robert Brouiaman, age 10-13 Pierre May,^age 
14-16 Donald West. 

Keystone members organizing the fitness day were 
Keith Delong, Sean McCrossin, Brett Cox, Tim 
O'Connor, Danny O'Connor, Bill Moser, Scott Dray 
and Bill Hamilton. Advisor Hiom Rubin was assisted 
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Pet care course offered 

Taking care of pets, like taking care of children, 
isn't something that just conies naturally. To give 
your pet the best care, a little education can be 
helpful. The Virginia B«ich campus of Tidewater 
Community College can offer help to pet owners 
in a non-credit Sftectrum course in Pet Care for 
the spring quarter. The class will meet Mondays, 
7-9 p.m., March 26 - May 14, at Lynnhaven 
Junior High School. 

Taught by a graduate veterinarian, the course 
includes basic tips on grooming, first aid, 
nutrition, parasites,^ and reproduction and 
population control. The registration fee is $30. 
Spectrum courses are paid for by student fees and 
use no state funds. 

Registration is underway for the Spectrum 
program, and students may register by mail. Call 
the Office of Continuing Education, 427-3070, for 
registration forms and information. 



VWC presents slide show, 
''Speaking of Russia" 

"Speaking of Russia" is the title of a slide 
presentation and commentary by Dr. Daniel Graf 
at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, March 27, in Room 214 of 
the Hofeimer Library/ Administration Building at 
Virginia Wesleyan College. Dr. Graf's 
presentation, sponsored by the Political Science 
Association, will include observations of the 
current political climate in the Soviet Union. 

A group of Virginia Wesleyan students 
accompanied Dr; Graf on a two-week trip to 
Russia during the January term. The students 
were in the Soviet Union at the time of the United 
States' recognition of The People's Republic of 
China. 

This program is open to the public and is free. 
For additional information call Dr. Graf at the 
college(461-3232,ext.237). 



P.4. Business College 
begins spring quarter 

Princess Anne Business College will begin its 
spring l^arter Monday, March 26. Program 
offerings include the following: executive 
secretarial, 9 iWMIMni ot4b(ip^l!lt. 9 months; 
accouQtirf pn^fntl 9«uifMl»;^fi^ secretarial. 
12 mo?rt«^a*(t*laiAt'^ffl?ffiif,''^2"Wonths. 
Applications are being accepted until March 30: 

Free job placement is offered to all graduates. 
For. further information, contact the admissions 
office at 2924 N. Lynnhaven Road or call 340- 
0222. 



Courses for women 
offered at 7CC 

The Virginia Beach campus at Tidewater 
Community College has several seminars of 
special interest to women students scheduled for 
the spring quarter which begins March 22. 

Seminars in Career Planning for Women, Study 
Skills, and Assertiveness Training are offered at 
the main campus. A seminar in Developing Your 
Potential will be offered at Lynnhaven Junior 
High School Wednesdays. 7-9 p.m. 

For further information, contact the 
Counseling Center at 427-3070. 






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Theatre 



"Mike Md Susan," "Impromptu" and "TNe Trysting Place." 

Three one-act plays to be performed 8:45 p.m. Friday and Saturday 
and 2:45 p.m. Sunday, March 25, at Ascencion Church, 4853 Princess 
Anne Road, Virginia Beach. Details at 427-1604. 

"Misier Roberts." Thomas Heggen's Wartime comedy at the JPOT MAS 
Tidewater Dinner Theater, 4270 Nofrthampton Blvd., NorfoHr 



M^ater Fowling in the Acrylic Medium by A. Lcland Simmons. 

Exhibit in the Harold Decker Pinewood Square Gallery, 504 
Pinewood Road, Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday 
through Saturday. Continuing through March 31 . 



Hours: Tuesday through Friday— cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7, 
show at 8:20. Saturday— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 5, curtain at 
6:15 (early show); coctails at 8:45, dinner at 9, curtain at 10:15 (late 
show). Sunday— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 5, curtain at 6:15. 
Tickets: $13.90 Tuesday through Thursday, $15.75 Friday through 
Sunday; group rates available. Details at 461-2933. Continuing 
through April 22. 

Dance 



"Chatlies Needs a Cloak," "Dnimmerboff," "Puss in Boots" and 
"Where The Wild Things Are." Movies, II a.m. Saturday at the 
Oceanfront branch library, 181 1 Arctic Ave., Virginia Beach. _ 

"Spring Come to a Pone," "A Lad in the Lamp" and "The Ant 
and the Grasshopper." Movies, 1 1 a.m. Saturday at the Windsor 
Woods branch library, 3612 S. Plaza Trail, Virginia Beach. 

Trip to the Fire Station. Presented 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Ocean 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUNDWEDta^SDAV, MARCH It, l»» 3^ 

Tidewater Woodwind Ensemble 
to perform at rec center 

The Tidpwaier Woodwind Ensemble, unddr the 
direction of Sieve Ambrose, will perform on March 27 
at 7 p.m. in the Virginia Beach Recreation Center 
theatre, 8(X) Monmouth Lane. This is part of the Young 
People's Concert series, which is being offered to the 
community by the Performing Arts Unit of the Virginia 
Beach Department of Parks and Recreation. 

The program will open with Canonic Suite by Carter 
and will include Quartet in E Major by Pleyel; Pop! 
Goes the Woodwinds by Ostling; The French Suite by 
Desportes; Bagatelle for Four Clarinets by Grundman; 
Los Angeles Sketches by Lowman; Quartet by Harvey, 
and will close with Bounce for Licorice Sticks by Sears. 
Overall, the program promises to be a mixture of 
serious music as well as the comical. 

The evening will appeal to both the older and the 
younger members of the audience. Admission is free 
and seating is one a first-come first-serve" basis. For 
more information, call 499-1281 . 



Opera discussion set 
for Oceanfront library 

In cooperation with the Virginia Beach Public 
Library, the Virginia Opera Association will present a 
discussion of VGA's production of Mozart's "Don 
Giovanni" on Saturday, March 31, at 3 p.m. at the 
OceanfVont Branch Library. 

The program will be conducted by Peter Mark, 
General Director of the Virginia Opera Association. 
Mark will discuss both'the opera in general and VGA's 
production plans. "Don Giovanni" opens at the Center 
Theater in Norfolk on March 30, 1979. 

This program is o"pen to the public and there is no 
charge. However registration is required due to space 
limitations. Phone Registrations will be accepted by 
calling 428-41 13. 

The Oceanfront Branch Library is located at 1811 
Arctic Avenue in Virginia Beach. For further 
information contact Rosemary Houseknechr ar 
library at 428-41 13. 




Family Folk Dance. Dance Instruction 7:30 p.m. at the second and 
fourth Friday of each month at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 
800 Monmouth Lane. German, Russian, Yugoslavian and other 

iitternational folk dances taught by Janet Litchfield. Free. Details at At thO IIIOVIGS 
499-1281. 

InterMtlomri FoH( DancinyPub . . 



Trip to the Fire Station. Presented 4 p.m. Wednesday at the 
Oceanfront branchlibrary, 1811 Arctic Ave., Virginia Beach. Details 
at 428-41 13. 



'Dances from European Ind "IWkmWfHfaiT'rauHflSes, featuring 
Balkan and Israeli dances, presented Fridays (7:30 to 9 p.in. for 
beginners and 9 to II p.m. for advanced) at the United Methodist 
Church, 19th Street and Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach. Donations. 
Details at 428-6900 or 486-7349. 

Art 

Pholographa and Dnwiap of Early Chicago Architecture. Exhibit 
at the Virginia Beach Arts Center, 171 1 Arctic Ave. Hours: 1 1 a.m. to 

4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Continuing through March 31 . 
Woriu by Jaaica Weaver. Exhibit at the Virginia Beach Arts Center, 

171 1 Arctic Ave. Details at 428-9294. Continuing through March 31 . 

Works by Ed Carson. Exhibit at the Virginia Beach City Hall 
building. Continuing through March 31. 

Lynnbaven Junior High School Student Art. On view at the Great 
Neck branch library, 1251 Bayne Drive, Virginia Beach. 

Coatlnaed Craft Exblbito. On view at the Harold Decker Haygood 
Gallery, 1035 Independence Blvd., Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 

5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Continuing through March 3 1 . 



Bayac 16tk Strwl awT Atlaalic Avcbhc. "Young Frankenstein" 

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Knich, 25tli Street and Atlantk Avenue. ''EveiV Which Way But 
Loose." (PG). 

Hilltop, First Colonial Road. "Take Down" (PG); "Superman" 
(PG). 

The Movies, Pembroke Meadows Shopping Center. "Halloween" 
(R); "Days of Heaven" (PG). 

Pembroke, Pembroke Mall. "The North Avenue Irregulars" (G); 
"Same Time Next Year" (PG). 



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weaving, of tuning a 
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home run. To other 
people, art may mean such 
activities as painting a 
picture, writing a novel, or 
composing music. At any 
raite, this is Art Week 
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artists and their 
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Break for 'little' people 

The Treasury Department is taking a new 
look at regulations limiting the amount of 
interest that banks and savings and loan 
associations can pay on deposits . 

And a likely beneficiary of changes under 
study would be the smaller depositor, who is 
now cut off from the higher interest rates that 
attract wealthier investors. 

The stultifying weight of government 
regulation keeping interest rates down for the 
small saver is surely the main reason the rate of 
saving is so low in this country, less than 5 
percent of personal income. 

The saving rate is by far the lowest of any 
modern industrialized country and is a major 
factor in causing our high rate of inflation. 

Under particular scrutiny are the certificates 
bearing interest linked to that paid by the 
Treasury itself. Currently the so-called money 
market certificates are offered only in 
denominations of $10,000 and up. There is 
considerable sentiment to reduce the minimum 
denomination to as low as $2,000 and to 
initiate variable maturity terms to attract the 
small investor. 

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interest now enjoyed only by large depositors 
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Reform the crazy-quilt 

The way in which the federal government 
disperses the job of managing those natural 
resources held in public trust has defied 
organizational logic for as long as anyone can 
remember. 

Administrative responsibility for water 
resources, for example, is split among ^he 
-Army Corps of Engineers, the Agriculture 
Department's Soil Conservation Service, and 
the Department of Interior's Bureau of Land 
Reclamation. 

The oceans and the atmosphere are the joint 
responsibility of the Departments of 
Commerce and Interior. 

The Departments of Agriculture and 
Interior share responsibility for the 
administration of public lands. 

It's a crazy-quilt pattern that hampers 
efforts by Congress and the White House to 
formulate consistent resource-management 
policy. 

The White House's Office of Management 
and Budget and the president's reorganization 
task force recommended this new structure 
following an extensive year-long study, it 
remains now for Mr. Carter himself and the 
Congress to draw the appropriate conclusions 
from the staff work at hand. 



Holland RdJnvolved In planning 

City Manager Roger Scott has said he will try to 
include the widening of Holland Road in the five-year 
capital improvement plan he is working on. 

Scott's statemen* grew out of a meeting between him 
and other city officials concerning the condition of the 
road near Kellam High School. Plans were made at the 
meeting to improve the safety of that particular strip of 
road. 

Two 'S" curves west of the school are partie^ly„ 
dangerous. Sc^u has asl^ed^ Wghway- D I'feiBpi'i 
and the Rtght-ofiWay: Div^uilak maJte? in^WMlil 
plans for straightening the curves, improving the 
shoulders and erecting more caution signs. 

Five fatalities have been recorded from accidents on 
the road since 1966. in addition there have been seven 
accidents in the past three months from Landstown 
Road east to the high school. ... 



Committee commended 
for paric efforts 

Twelve members of the Mayor's Committee on 
Pendleton State Recreational Park Monday afternoon 
were commended in resolutions approved by City 
Council for their successful efforts toward having the 
park opened for public recreational use. 

They were H. Jack Jennings Jr., George L. Ayers, W. 
Hugh Kitchin III, Arthur L. Collins, E)prothy Traub, 
Gerald Rosenmeier, Charles Krummell, Alice Hanson, 
William G. Foster Jr., David M. Grochmal, Aubrey C. 
Artwright and Phillip J . Terveer . 

The adjutant general of the National Guard has 
agreed to lease the total beach front at Camp Pendleton 
to the City of Virginia Beach over a three-year period 
for public recreation use. 



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Police explode large still 

A team of Virginia Beacli policemen, along with 
federal and state agents, has raided what has been 
described as one of the largest stills found in the resort 
city in a number of years. 

The still was located in a wooded region several 
hundred yards behind a small house on W. Neck Road 
near the intersection with West Landing Road. ... 

According to officials, the Sunday morning raid 
followed a stake out of the property which began Friday 
afternoon and continued around the clock. 

Investigators said the still had capacity of 1,650 
gallons, with additional equipment which would have 
raised the capacity to 1,925 gallons. The still had it's 
own water supply from a nearby well, a portable 
generator to supply electricity and was fired by a low 
pressure oil burner boiler. ... 

Before leaving the area members of the raiding party 
destroyed the still by the use of 50 one-half pound 
blocks of TNT. ... 



industrial tract surveyed 

VEPCO officials joined Virginia Beach officials 
Tuesday morning in witnessing the start of surveying of 
a new industrial land tract situated on Diamond Springs 
Road opposite Bayside Elementary School. 

The site is planned for use to supplement the recently 
acquired property which formerly served as the Little 
Creek Ferry Station. The land, which is owned by the 
City of Virginia Beach, is comprised of 183 acres. 
Although no committments have been obtained the site 
is being surveyed to determine the size of plats which 
could be offered cc»npanies which may desire to locate 
there. ... 

Apartments flood council 

By tacit agreement there was a short moratorium on 
the approval of apartment and townhouse applications 
for zoning and use permits by City Council, but if 
Monday is any indication, it is all over. 

In recent months many multiple-family housing 

applications have come in for sharp scrutiny by City 

Council, espedally based on school board lett«s 

attached to the applications that stated new scho^ 

would be needed to handle the students who would live 

in the units. Many applications were delayed sevenri 

times, cau:>mg a jam ol af^runcm wnd townhouse 

applications. Monday the dam apparently was broken, 

although still others were deferred for the same reasorw. 

Most of the deferrals began with money probleois 

council was facing concerning the budget and new real 

estate tax appraisals. The m«l for new Khools and Ae 

ccMt of than was investigatal cl<^ly. Critic of tWs 



pointed out that the schools will be needed anyway, and 
that orderly development and growth cannot by stymied 
because of the need for new schools. 

This apparently was the point that broke the jam, and 
as many as 1,000 apartments could be built on land 
approved for this type of housing Monday in areas 
where new schools definitely will be needed to take care 
ofthe residents. ... 



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FCC haa variaty of agtring eounaa 

The Spectrum program of Community Education 
courses for spring offers many choices for recreation, 
hobby, first-aid. personal development, business, and 
general interest. The Chesapeake Campus plans and 
offers a complementary prc^am of non-credit courses 
to those offered by the Frederick and Virginia Beach 
campuses. • 

The spring Spectrum program has a variety of classes 
such as Swing Disco. Dog Obedience, Small Animal Pet 
Care, Psychic Awareness, Auto Mechanics for ihe Car 
Owner. Sign Language. Photography (Beginning and 
Advanced). Spring Gardening, the Art of Fishing, 
Oriental i^ower Arranging (Ikebana). CPR. Multi- 
lyiedia First- Aid, Adventures in Attitudes. Investments, 
Virginia Real Estate Exam Prep, and the Decisions in 
Drinking series. 

Classes begin on March 24 and are taught one night 
per week for six or e^t weeks. Fees charged cover 
instructional costs and materials. These courses are not 
supported by state funds. Classes are offered in 
response to interest expressed by the community. If a 
group has a special interest or need, the Office of 
Continuing Education makes every effort to arrange a 
Spectrum class to meet that need. 

Students, in many cases, earn the Continuing 
Education Unit (C.E.U.) which is awarded as evidence 
of participation in an organized educational experience 
under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and 
qualified instruction. One C.E.U. is awarded for each 
ten hours of instruction. 

The Office of Continuing Education also offers 
Community Service classes which are usually free to the 
community. One example of this program is the "Law 
Everyone Should Know" series offered at Chesapeake 
in the Fall Quarter, at Frederick in the Winter QuartOTt 
and at Virginia BMch in the Spring Quarter. 

Swing Disco, one of the most popular classes, teach« 
the basics of contonporary swing dancing. Students 
learn enough to go out and have fun at the disco clubs. 
The First Aid/Medical classes in CPR (Cardio- 
pulmonary Resuscitation) and Multi-Media First Aid 
provide training that can often mean tte difference 
between life and death. 

Some new additions to the Chesapeake program for 
spring are Beginning Dog Obedience, Small Animal Pet 
Care, Spring Gardenij 
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CMIdnn can get SSI 

■yJOHNCUHLAR 

Many parents w lilt adcinialc income may be sui pi ised 
l(j learn tluil paynienis under llie suppiemenial securily 
income (SSI) program arc noi njadc only lo adults, bin 
lo blind and disabled children as well. 

Many people do not seem lo be aware ihai age is no 
barrier lo receiving SSI paymenis as a blind or disabled 
person. 

SSI paymenis are made (o people who are 65 or over, 
or blind, or disabled, who do noi have much iiKoinc 
and do not own much in ihe way of properly. 

In Ihe case of children, ibe paienis' income and 
resources (propcuy) are lakcn iiiio account wiien 
eligibilily is consideicd. H«)wevcr. once a child reaches 
18 (or 21 it in school) onl>'his or her imn income and 
resources c»>imi - regardless ol the income ol the 
parents. ' - 

To be considered disabled lor SSI. a child must have a 
physical or menial impairmcnl comparable in severity to 
one which would prevent an adnll Iroin'working. And ii 
must last or be expected to last 12 months or more or 
result in death. Blindness under the SSI program is 
defined as central visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the 
better eye with the use of corrective lens or visual Held 
restriction of 20 degrees or less. 

Anyone knowing a disabled or blind child who might 
Hualily for SSI should suggest that the jhtsoii 
responsible for the child contact the nearest stKJal 
securily office. A parent, guardian, or other responsible 
person canapply for SSI on behall ofihe child. 

More in lormalion about SSI can be obtained at ihe 
Norfolk social security office. The ptvple ihere will be 
glad lo explain the program and to help anyone 
complete an application. The oflice is kxaietl in the 
Federal Building. 2(»Granby Mali. 6ih floor, and the 
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oDedienrt, TJie SmalTAiiTtnar Pet 'care 
(taught by a graduate veterinarian) class wilF cover iT 
variety of topics in pet health and welfare. 

Spring Gardening will cover how to plan a garden, 
seed selection, gardening^ methods and problems. 
Psychic Awareness will explore ESP, meditation, 
clairvoyance and psychometry. 

Oriental Hower Arranging (Iketrana) will give a 
student the opportunity to learn and to create individual 
and unique flower arrangements uiiing native materials. 
This is a new technique to the area and one that is 
becoming extremely popular in decorating. 

Adventures in Attitudes is a personal growth course 
designed to help the individual improve mind and spirit 
through positive thought and action. Investments will 
cover the many types of investment vehicles available to 
the beginning investor. Students will examine who 
should invest, why should they invest, and where should 
investments be made. 

The Virginia Real Estate Exam Prep class covers 
material necessary to |»ssing the Real Estate Salesmens' 
examination for Virginia. Photography (Beginning and 
Advanced) is a class that heljM students improve their 
photography skills In picture taking and development. 

Sign Language teaches students how to communicate 
with the deaf. Auto Mechanics for the Car Owner offers 
a chance to learn to work with your' own car and cut 
down on rqjair bills. The Art of Fishing, a "regular" 
class in the sch^ule, teadKS students about Chesapeake 
Bay fishing and how to succeed! 

Senior citieens may (qualify for tuition waiver in the 
Community Education Spectrum prc^ram. Call for the 
information sheet if you are interested in l«irning more 
about this <HH>Oftunity. 

The twenty courses offered in the spring Spectrum 
•program represent a wide range of IntCTests. TCC 
invit« »]g^stions and requests from the public.for new 
courses. If you have a skill that you can teach and if you 
feel that your skill would be of internt to iMh^s. call the 
Office of Continuing Education to receive an 
ar^ication and Spectrum course propc^al. 

Registration for the Spectrum program is going on 
now. Vou ran visit the campus at 1428 Cedar Road to 
register or you can call S47-4515. extension 49 and 
register by mail. Call today tor forms, informaiion. and 
a coulee list. Today collie «}unts! 



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^Tve Irom fiMcfr namMf 
at Mary WaMngton Coihga 

Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, 
Va. has named the foUowii^ Virginia Beach 
audents to the first semester ckan's list: 

John M. Coski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. 
Coski of Bromfield Ave.; 

Sarah B. Evcrton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Jack S. Everton of Bayville Rd., (all A's); 

Clifford A. Hart Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Clifford A. Hart Sr. of North Woodhouse Rd., 
(all A's); 

Lisa G. Langenbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert W. Langenbach of Pleasant Dr.; 

Karen M. Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Earl L. Snyder of Bay Point Dr. 

Cadet earns plaea on 
CItadaldaui'aUBt 

Cadet Etevid Lawrence Merrifield of Virginia 
Beach has achieved academic distinction by 
earning a place on TTie Citadel's dean's list for the 
fiKt semester of the lSr78-79 collie year. 

A sophomore at The CiUdel, Cadet Merrifield 
is majoring in business administration and is 
enrolled in the Army ROTC program. He is the 
son of YNCS and Mrs. R.N. Merrifield. Hunt 
Club Dr. 



Brown gnihintot wHh honora 

Debbi S. Brown of Virginia Beach has been 
awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in 
Speech Pathology and Audiology magna cum 
laude by Ithaca College. She has been invited to 
attend the commencement exercises in May. 

Miss Brown is the daughter of Mrs. Gloria P. 
Brown of 4004 bcran Front, Virginia Beach.. 



Counselors attend workshop 

Wanda Allen and Edward Rigby of Tidewater 
Community College, Virginia Beach eampus, were 
among some 25 community college counselors 
from more than a dozen campuses in the statewide 
system who met at Virginia State College March 6 
to explore transfer opportunities and financial aid 
for their students. 

USM honors four 
Boaeh students 

The fall semester dean's list at the University of 
Southern Mississippi includes four students from 

Virginia Beach. They are Kathleen Marie Conhor, 
Mark Wilson Laird, Mikel Galen Laird and 
Candyce A. Bowe. 



7^ Vh'glnh Beach students 
p^e In contest 

IVo elementary school students from Virginia 
Bei^ are among winners in an art contest 
spoiiiored by the Old Dominion University 
Dismal Swamp Programs. 

The contest was held to commemorate the 6th 
anniversary of the establishment of the Dismal 
Swamp Refuge. Entries were received from 
Hampton Roads students in the first through fifth 
gnules. , 

Winners from Virginia Beach are Scott 
Marshall, first grade from King's Grant 
Elementary School, first place; and Forrest Lyell, 
foiirth grade from Plaza Elementary School, 
honorable mention. 

F!rst-and second-place winners were awarded , 
for each grade level, along with honorable 
mentions for entries depicting the swamp's history 
and preservation. First-place winners received an 

environmental education field trip of the swamp, 
second-place winners a one-year subscription to 
the "Ranger Rick Magazine," and those awarded , 

honorable mentions received a Dismal Swamp 
coloring book. 




Lytinhaven Jr. High student named essay contest winner 



Kellye Cash, student at 
Lynnhaven Junior High 
School, has won the 



"Everyone Is a 
Horoemaker" essay 
contest sponsored by the 



Virginia Beach 

Federation, Future 
Homemakers of America. 




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March 21, Wednesday 

oven baked fish 

macaroni & cheese 

buttered green beans 

applesauce 

cornbread/butter 

chilled milk 

Marck 22, Tfrarsday 

"international favorites 

day" 

seven continents sandwich 

Copenhagen corn 

fruit pinata 
mama mia milk 

Maidi 23, Friday 

lasagna 

tosses salad w/dressing 

fruit cup 

hot roH/butter 

chilled milk 



Marcy 26, Monday 

sub sandwich 

(turkey & cheese) 

french fries w/catsup 

half apple 

chilled milk 

March 27, Tuesday 

hot ^og on bun 
. baked beans 



cole slaw 

oatmeal cookie 

chilled milk 

March 2S, Wednesday 

spaghetti w/meat sauce 

buttered green beans 

diced pears 

french roll/butter 

chilled milk 




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Kellye's essay was chosen 
from entries submitted by 
fourteen FHA chapters in 
the Virginia Beach 
Federation. Lynette Beck, 
student at Kellam High 
School, received a special 
recognition for her essay. 

Kellye's essay will now 
be placed in competition 
on the regional level. The 
winner from the regional 
contest will then be 
entered in the state 
competition with the 
Virginia Association, 
Future Homemakers of 
America. 

^*E«««?olfte It ;» »a 

of the program of work 
for all FWA chapters in 
the state of Virginia. The 
essay contest was 
promoted to bring 
attention to the changing 
roles of men and women 
in our society and to make 
others aware that 
homemaking is no one's 
career, but everyone's 
occupation. 



First Colonial takes 

one-act play to Charlottesville 



First Colonial High 
School will take its one-act 
play to Charlottesville 
next month as a 
participant in the state 
Group AAA Virginia 
High School League one- 
act play festival. 




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The Tidewater Dinner 
TlMatre 

CABIN IN THE SKY 

F«b.13 MMchU 

SOME OF THE SONGS 

"Tallin) a Chmc* on Lov*" 

"Do What you Want To Do" 

w "WadolnThoWator" 

"Savaonah" 

"Honoy In Hw Honoycomk" 

"Lovo Mo ToMMrrow" 

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out inai^ days of lit throo-woofc run. 
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First Colonial has 
earned the right to go to 
the state festival by being 
named a Distinguished 
Participant in both the 
Beach District and Eastern 
Region festivals, held at 
the Virginia Beach Little 
Theatre on March 1, and 
March 8, respectively. 

All six Virginia Beach 
high schools participated 
in the district festival. 
Kempsville and Princess 
Anne received the highest 
rating in that festival 
along with First Colonial, 
but in the regional 
competition, only- First 
CtloftSr iitoHHtk high^ir^ 
rating. ^^^ 



First Colonial's play is 
entitled "Adaption" by 
Elaine May. The faculty 
director is Joyce Harper, 
and the student director is 
Lauri Miller. 

Members of the cast are 
Keith Morrison, David 
Rosche, Stephanie 
Bunting, Diance Dines, 
Allyson Gonzales, Ken 
Knight, Bob Kohrherr, 
and Jennie Lasko. 



Outstanding student 

Darrell Davis, left, of VirgNiia Boach, a civil engineering 
stadent at Virginia Tech, recohres the DoaaM W. Smith 
Memorial Award. Presented by Mrs. Margaret Smith of 
ChristianslMirg, the award is given each year to the 
outstanding student in the siuireyfaig curriculum within 
the civil enghieerhig department. 



VWC is site for chess diampionsliip 



Virginia Wesleyan 
College will be the site Of 
the 1979 Virginia 
Scholastic Chess 
Championship. The 
annual event, which is 
sponsored by the Virginia 
Chess Federation aided by 
a grant from the Planning 
Research Corp., will take 
place on campus March 24 
and 25. The winner will be 
given an expense paid trip 
to Philadelphia to 



compete in the national 
scholastic championship. 

The tournament will be 
open to full-time students 
in grades one through 
twelve. Additional 
information can be 
obtained by contacting 
William V. Torbert, 
Virginia Chess Federation^ 
president, 2033 E. Iowa 
St., Chesapeake, VA. 
23323.; telephone, 
4111. 



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'T^ of the iceberg' revealed In land rights Issues 



Wh«i Lau^erdiJe Avenue in Chesapeake Park was 
dosed JanKs H. Hall figured that as an adjacent 
landowner he had acquired half the road area. 

IiKtoKi, Iw found himself with no additional land and 
landlocked on top of that. 

Seawall enterprises had acquired the underlying rights 
to the road through the purchase last May of a defunct 
corporation which had developed the original plat in 
1910. 

Attorney Grover Wright, who appears regularly 
before council on |Oning matters, suggested that the city 
could help prevent similar situations in the future by 
requiring affidavits on the status of the underlying fees. 
He said that in street closures someone should certify 
whether or not underlying fees exist. If someone does 
own underlying fees, then the city can keep the road 
open to assure access for other property owners. Once 
a road is closed, however, the property reverts to the 
owner of the fees. 

Wright said that "you have only seen the top of the 
iceburg in this." Chesapeake Park has a lot of similar 
situations, he said, adding that there also are a few 
problems in Shadowlawn. 

Wright was speaking on another matter in which the 
city requires applicants for zoning changes to furnish 
affidavits to be used to certify that the applicants have 
posted signs advertising the application. 

City Attorney Dale Bimson said that he usually 
recommends people involved in street closing to hire an 
attorney. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said that other lots 



Controversy continues 
over Virginia Beach 
Boulevard expansion 

(from page 1) 

state senator (McClanan) for using the public hearing as 
a forum for expressing their objections to the road after 
City Council had approved it. l^e said that he had to go 
to the State Highway Department Wednesday to discuss 
the highway and that the comments by the councilman 
and senator "put the city in a bad light." Not 
mentioning names Monday afternoon, he said that the 
meeting was used as "nothing but a popular move." 

Ervin said that he had voted for the road 
improvement in 1972 but that nothing had been said 
about the design. He added that although he did not say 
anything at the public hearing, that if everything were 
set in concrete before the public hearing there would be 
no need for a public hearing. He added that the original 
consulting firm hired by council did not recommend 
eight lanes. 

McCoy satdfie did not think that eight lanes could be 
any more dangi^0#$.tA«A^iib'fii^riane system. H 

Mayor Patrick L. Standing said that the highway has 
'ogirrianes now counting the feeder lanes. ^ 

Merrick said, "I was the councilman who opposed 



are located on the former right of way. He said he 
would have his staff study the situation and reopen that 
portion of the street if it is neeessaty for access and to 
make sure the "proper owners will receive the 
property." , 

He said that the city will have this problcm^in every 
plat in the city which was platted before 1930. 

In the Hall case, the city, instead of developing 
Lauderdale Road as it was originally pianiMd, moved it 
southward. At the request of Hall, the city closed the 
right of way in 1971. As an adjacent landowner, Htil 
though he would own half of the right of way with the 
other half going to the other adjacent landowner - 
Seawall. As it was Seawall got it all. 

To gain frontage on the road. Hall arranged a swap 
of land with Seawall, but had to ask for a subdivision 
variance on the .397 acre site to improve the property 
which is located at the northeast interwetion of 
Lauderdale Avenue and Bayview Avenue. He planned 
to divide the site into three lots including an existing 
5,243 square foot lot as well as the area that was 
formeriy part of the right of way of Lauderdale Avenue. 

Council approved the variance, giving HaH one lot 
but leaving the remaining property, which is owned by 
Seawall, in one lot. ' 

The area is zoned R-S Residential District which 
requires a minimum of 10,000 square feet and a lot 
width of 75 feet. The three proposed lots are 
approximately 5000 square feet for two with 42 and 50 
feet frontages respectively, and 6,000 square feet by 50 
feet for the other which will be Hall's lot. 



Vli^hila Beadtblrths 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sparks, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Townley, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Brade, daughter; 

Dr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Chickey, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James Steele, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gerald Morse, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. William Albert BrisBois, son; 

J4r, and Mrs. Wayne Keith Simpson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Seward Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Grover. son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee Gregory, daughter; 



Pembroke Realty & Insurance Agency, Inc. 
recognizes outstanding agents 



Richard E. Olivieri. 
^president of Pembroke 
^Realty ft Insurance 
f^ency. Inc., presented 
^the annual President's 
'Cabinet Awards and 
■'fecognized Pembroke's 
,rl978 menibers of the 
tVirginIb Beach Board of 
^Realtofs MilUoai Dollar 
tSales Clul^ at the annual 
|Awar(^ Breakfast held at 
fthe La||c« Wright Motel on 
|Februnry21. 

I Kathy Katsias, 
residential ^ent with the 
Hilltop Gallery of Homes, 
i won the President's cup as 
\ the outstanding agent with 
iPmbroke in 1978. Diane 
iLeiderman was awarded 
.the "Newcomer of the 
!»Vear" ilaqiie for having 
* listed aifd^sOld an unusual 
ntimber of homes for her 
5holrt time as a new agent. 
Pat Wise, a 1978 member 
of the Million Dollar Sales 
Ciii^b^ was designated the 
agent? showir^ the most 
"Outstanding Improve- 
ment'-', over the. pf svieus „ 
year*s sales. Walt Smith, a- 
resi<feiit1al sales agent was 
recogirfzed for earning the 
CRS (Certified Residential 
Spectaiist) designation, an 
honor earned by a limited 
numbei- in the real estate 
profession. 

ThM,_ year's 
appotnthients to the 
PresideAVs Cabinet, an 
honorgiven to those sales 




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associates at Pembroke 
who have exhibited the 
highest standard of 
excellence in their field are 
as follows: 

(alphabetically) John 
piumling, new home sales; 
Bobbi Carter, property 
and casualty insurance; 
Peggy Pollard Clarke, 
residential resale; Betty 
Gessner, new homes; Ann 



Hcrndori, "hew homes; 
Barry Jacobson, resales; . 
Kathy Katsias, resale; 
Elton Lee, new homes; 
Jim Owens, commercial 
land sales; Ed Phillips, life 
insurance; Walter Smith, 
resales;, and Pat Wise, 
resales. 

Pembroke's Million 
Dollar Sales Club 
members picked by the 



Virginia Beach Board of 
Realtors include 1 1 
members of their sales 
staff: John Blumling, 
bronze; Betty Gessner. 
bronze; ' Ann Herndon, 
bronze; Barry Jacobson, 
bronze; Kathy Katsias, 
bronze; Eari Lee. silver; 
Elton Lee, silvo'; James 
Owens, bronze; Walt 
Smith, gold; Pat Wise, 
bronze; and Nancy 
Kramer, bronze. 



Virginia Beach dancer practices 



Hysinger completes phone course 



the eight lanes." He said that if he had to vote on the 
resolution to improve the road, he would vote in favor 
but that he saw things in the plan which have not 
worked in other states. 

"If you're going to have a public hearing on the road, 
that's the pl|ce to express (an opinion)." 

Councilman John A. Baum pointed out that the $2 
million for consulting and engineering has been 
furnished by state and federal funds. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said that if the city 
decided not to build the road, it would have to pay 100 
percent of the design cost - $2 million. If the city 
decided to build the road it would pay five percent of 
the total cost - also $2 million. Whether or not the city 
builds the road, it will cost the city the same, he said. 



(from page I) 

out on some things as she's growing up. 

She'll have to decide what she wants." 

That's no problem, Monique re^ponds^ 
It's dancing all the wjiy. she sayftn 
whoteheartedlyr" ' "> "■ 

In spite of the extra demands on time 
-and energy required for"«n ^arly- 
professional career, Monique still 
manages to take piano and violin lessons 
and to be an honor student at Kingston 
Elementary School, where she is in the 6th 
grade. 

Her favorite subjects? "P.E. and 
lunch," she giggles. 

"It's true," laughs her mother. "She 
eats constantly, but burns it all off." 

Monique says her ultimate dream is to 
someday have a chance to dance as 
Barishnikov's partner. In the meantime 
though she is content to dance with the 
senior dance company of the Tidewater 



Ballet Association. 

The company has oiver 30 members and 
(icp^il (ot of travelitv around Tidewater 
(^Mlt^ilate^. The group gives 10 or 1 1 
perfonnmces a year and does two full 
length ballets annually. \ 
-^-^'^Coppelia' and 'Steeping Brauty* 
have been my favorite ^^lets to work in 
so far," says Monique. 

Within the past year she has performed 
at the Christian School of Performing 
Arts in RichitiOnd and danced a solo in 
the Virginia Dance Invitational. 

Eventually she plans to ^ live in New 
York and hopefully become part of the 
New York City Ballet, 

On March 3 she auditioned to attend a 
five-week program there thi$ (ummer at 
the School of American Ballet. This week 
she received a letter saying she had been 
accepted. 



James D. Hysinger, 
installer repairperson. 
Continental Telephone of 
Virginia, Virginia Beach, 
has completed a course in 
basic telephone station 
installation , laCai^'e 
Continental TeleMone 
System Trammg Center 
near Amherst, Virginia. 

The 15-day course 



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teaches students, how to 
install equipment properly 
at telephone user 
locations, and 

concentrates on giving, a 
better understanding of 

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'particular emphasis on 
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Development funds freed 



(from page I) 

don't think that was done." He said that the corporation was 

frustrating. "This committee is ready and willing to serve.. .(and). ..will 

not be a bureaucracy." 

committee is ready and willing to serve... (and)... will not be a 

bureaucracy." 

Referring to Moore, Houston said, "Sure he talks to Mr. Hanbury. 
Mr. Hanbury is his boss. He tells him what to do and how to do it." 

Reynolds charged that Moore "came back with and did a complete 
new project from the one we sent." He said the corporation has had very 
little cooperation. "I have not had cooperation from George Tinnis 
(assistant to the city manager) and Moore. That's why we have not been 
explicit." 

Hanbury said it was not his intent to debate but to get the greatest 
amount of mcHiey out to the people. "We wanted them to use our staff to 
let as much money as possible go out to the people... They do not want to 
merge with the city, they want to remain an independent body." 

Betty McClain, secretary of the Corporation, said that the city has 
control because the contracts are contingent on the budget. 

Mrs. McClain said the use of the VHDA raises questions on control of 
the funds. She said: 

• The city will be feeding funds back to the state agency and will lose 
control. 

• Who will determine eligibility " Virginia National Bank, the lending 
insitution, the VHDA... 

• Where and how will applications be processed. 

• Will VHDA actually be committing a half million dollars? 

• By handling them locally, she said, loans can be made with less than 
3 percent interest or no interest at all. "Arc we sacrificing fiexiWlity?" 
she asked. 

Standing said that he still thought the corporation could do the job 
and would relieve the city of a landlord-tenant relationship. "I can't 
understand why the city pencmnel can't come up with »}me agreement 
with the corporation." 

Coundlnan Clarence A. Holland said he preferred to see the funds 
administered in Virginia Brach rather than in Richmond. 

Councilman Reid Ervin said that a separate and detached 
organizatimi, Uke the corporation, may be considered an advantage. 

Hanbury said he would try to resolve the difficulties with all the 
agencies involved. 

And the dedsicNi is itill up to council as to whether to go with the 
ttwpwation or with the VHDA in the future. : 



Water hike 
challenged 

(from page 1) 
wanted to contest the rate 
hike in the courts, he 
would recommend that 
the city pay under protest. 

Riggs. in his statonent, 
said that the increase also 
puts a tremendous 
hardship on the low 
income and senior citizens 
on fixed incomes. 

Riggs said that charges 
should be based on the 
actual value of the 
equipment and not op the 
rq^lacement cdst. 



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Million Dollar Circle Awards presented by 
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How many times have you heard the old saw, "They 
just don't build them like they used to." It's true. In 
many ways they are building them better. 
The greatest gain in the home building industry has 
- been in the thermal performance of the home. In the 
days of cheap energy, insulation did not have a high 
priority in housing construction. But all that changed 
with the oil embargo in 1973 and the subsequent four- 
fold increase in fuel costs. 

Now it is not unusual for builders in the Virginia 
Beach and Chesapeake areas to put R-1 1 insulation into 
the walls and crawl spaces and R-19 in the ceiling. This 
meets the standards established by the Veterans 
Administration and the FHA for this area. 

Builders know more now about the value of proper 
sizing of furnaces and air conditioners. Research has 
shown that home buyers have been purchasing over- 
sized euqipment and paying larger fuel bills because of 
lost efficiency. 

Metal insulated doors and thermal windows are new 
in the past 10 years or so. Recent developments in 
chemical engineering have made possible caulking 
materials that are far superior in preventing air 
infiltration. 

Many buyers lament the passing of the large brick 
fireplace. But a good quality prefabricated fireplace 
produces more heat than its masonry counterpart. On 
the awerap.onry about 13 percent of the heat from a 
brick fireplace goes into the home. The rest goes up the 
chimney. Prefabs are about 25 percent efficient. Many 
can recapture wasted heat around the firebox ai!d direct 
it into the room. Tighter fitting dampers mean less heat 
lost up the chimney when the fireplace Is not in use. 

One of the most obvious changes in homebuilding in 
recent years is the wider spacing of wall studs. Many 
builders are switching from the traditional 16-inch 
spacing to 24-inch spacing. 

Accurate grading of lumber has been a major factor 
in allowing reductions in structural members. In the 
past, builders didn^t always know the quality of the 
matmal, so tHey used a lot of it to be sure the structure opwations i 



or install some shelves. 

Virginia Beach and Chesapeake both allow the use of 
plastic piping made with polyvinylchloride or PVC. 
Plastic pipes are less costly and lighter than metal pipes. 
They can't corrode and the smooth interior finish is not 
as susceptible to clogging. 

In most cases roof framing is now assembled away 
from the job site. About 70 percent of new homes use 
trusses instead of erecting'rafters one by one. Trusses do 
sacrifice attic space but they use less wood and are 
stronger than traditional roof framing. 

Production under controlled and inspected conditions 
assures the buyer that roof framing will be uniform and 
stable. Traditional roof framing pushed most of the 
roofs weight against the outside walls. Trusses redirect 
some of the thrust downward easing tension on walls. 

Exterior finishes are visibly different from older 
homes. Prefinished maintenance-free aluminum siding 
and prefinished exterior wood paneling are the result of 
the public's greater demand for leisure time. 



Staff manager award 
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Scott Ayers of Realty Consultants of Virginia 
received the Tidewater Builders Association Sales and 
Marketing Council's Million Dollar Circle award for 
being the top salesperson in 1978. His new home sales 
for the year totalled $6,233,221 . Awards were presented 
at a recent TBA general membership meeting. 

Pete Barker of Larasan Realty/Better Homes and 
Gardens with sales of $5,564,857 and Donald Kay of 
Professional Realty with $5,187,765 were second and 
third place winners. All three firms are based in Virginia 
Beach. 

A special award, "New Guy on the Block', made to a 
salesperson who had the highest new home sales volume 
and was also just licensed in 1978, vfcni to Linda Ritchie 
of the Christopher Development Company. Her volume 
total was $1,220,000. 

Several advertising awards were made this year for 
the first tiine^An award for the best marketing brochure 
went to Ed-Mar Construction Company and Larasan 
Realty/Better Homes and Gardens for the brochure on 
the Pine Needles subdivision. Redmond, Amundson 
and Rice prepared the brochure. Christopher 
Development Company won the best advertisement 
award for its newspaper ad marketing Tanglewood. The 
ad was designed by Gerstin and Zaslow Advertising 
Agency, Inc. 

The Million Dollar Circle Awards are presented to 
builders, salespersons and realtors who arc employed, 
retained or supervised by a member firm in good 
standing of the TBA Sales and^Marketing Council and 



are individual members of the Sales and Marketing 
Control. 

To qualify for the Million Dollar Circle award, 
recipients must have sold one million dollars or more 
worth of new homes during the 12-month period before 
December 31. 1978. Fifty-four recipients were 
recognized in 1979. 

• In computing the total sales, the sales p«^ice of each 
new home was used, regardless of commission or 
whether the new home was co-brokeraged. Only those 
sales that were closed from January I. 1978 through 
December 31, 1978 were eligible. 



Garrison named to conunlttee 

William E. Garrison, Supervisor of Secondary 
Health, Physical Education and Safety, has been 
selected to serve on the 1979 Legislative 
Committee of the Virginia Association of School 
Executives (VASE). 

Garrison and other committee members will 
serve as a directing group for VASE's 
participation in activities preliminary to next 
year's General Assembly session. 

Garrison was nominated for the position by Dr. 
Philip E. Meekins, president of VASE and 
Director of Diagnostic and Counseling Services in 
the Virginia Beach Public ScHbols Instructional 
Services department. 



Joel Bernhard of 
Virginia Beach has been 
honored for outstanding 
sales achievements in 1978 
by the John Hancock 
Mutual Life Insurance 
Co. He was presented the 
runner-up staff manager 
award by John G. 
McElwee, John Hancock 
president and chief 
opo'ations officer., 
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to the elbow and« tho-efjort 
construct. 

Since then, advances in engineering have give 
manufacturers better control over quality, and testing 
has determined just how much load a two by four can 
carry. 

"Homes today are built one-and-a-half to two times 
stronger than they have to be," say researchers at the 
National Association of Home Builders. "In the old 
days, home were overbuilt three to four times stronger 
than necessary." 

And less unnecessary structural material in walls, 
floors and ceilings means that a greater area can be 
insulated, adding to the energy efficiency of the home. 

Floors are stronger than they used to be. Although 
particle toard may be used instead of plywood for 
underlayment, builders are using a better quality of 
lumber for the loadbearing parts of the floor. Many are 
using glue in addition to nails when they install the 
floor. Glue prevents shifting and squeaking, but still has 
enough give to allow natural shrinkage of the wood. 

Drywall has replaced plaster as a finish for most 
interior walls. Drywall is by far the easier of the two to 
itKtall. It is easier to repair, is not as expensive, and it 
won't crack if the home buyer decides to hang a picture 



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conference of leading 
district agency 

representatives held at the 
Contemporary Resort 
Hotel. 

Total sales of the 
Norfolk district office in 
1978 amounted to more 
than $58 million. The 
office is located at 5656 
Shell Road, Virginia 
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The presentation was 
made at the company's 
President's Club meeting, 
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Beach farming and gardening 



MARKETPLACE 

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hometo^ newipaper is 
essentially the buUetin bowd and 
market place of the omimanity. 
It locates the interested customer 



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Beach gardeners should know growing roses is not a chore 



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Heaitiiier Roses 

NOURISH AND PROTECT YOUR ROSES 
WITH THESE TOTAL-CARE PRODUCTS 



Editor's Note: 1979 has been designated "The Year of the Rose" and 
is being supported by 18 major horticuttural organizations. The 
following is excerpted from the Norfolk Botanical Garden Society's 
recent bulletin, which was dedicated to the rose. 

Growing roses never needs to be a chore. The oft- 
heard remark that "it takes too much time" just isn't 
true. Roses will grow anywhere that weeds thri^. But 
with a varying degree of care, one can grow better roses. 

One does not need a speciflc "time slot period" to get 



color with saiinon tinted edges of the outo' petak, 
fading to a soft pink. Both of tlH»e roses arf very 
fragrant. A third recently introduced hybrid tea is 
Double Delight which im a striking combinatim of 
ivory white pe^s with edges of cterry red. The ^e 
appeal of these three alone w<hiU make any visitor to 
your garden want to start growiiii roses. 

Out of the many hundreds of varieties, the following 
list may be used whm starting a small rose garden, in 
addition to the three already mentioned: , 




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one's work done. In gardening, take advantage of any 
available time, (t can b« Mly a few minutes or much 
lotM^er. Tho-e is hardly atty , Job in the gard«> that cannot 
be interrupted ami continued at a later time. I^ort 
periods df ten at fifteen mmutes tarn be vwy prddoctive. 
Specifically, it could be a short walk-ar<Mind tour of 
part or all of the garden, picking up a little debris here, 
IMilUng off a yellowed leaf there, or similar tasks. When 
g<Hng around the yard, I like to take along a one gallon 
plaAk bucket and a pair of light pruning shears. 
'nav ahways seons to be an unruly shoot gofaig off in 

the wrong directitm that should be removed or a Iwoken ,- ^ x- t,. 

cane to be cut off. Or perhaps a cane that needs Orange Red: 'Tropicana (HT) 
retrimaini after [Hcking a r(»e in haste Pinv- •Pnuai ui<>h«*M rui 

One can also be alert for the fint apf)earance of black 
spot, even just on one leaf. To remove it, pull 
downward very gently until there is a little snap 
indicatUig the be^uming of separation. Lift the leaf 
upward and complete the removal. This method of leaf 
remo^ avoids tearing a strip from the cane that causes 
an open wound, slow to heal, and even subject to 
disease entry. 

Another so-called time consuming activity is 
spraying. With only a few rose bushes, the jar sprayette 
device that is attached to a gardoi hose is ideal. TTie jar 
contains a measured volume of concentrated mix. Be 
sure to follow directions. This will deliver from one half 
a galkm to two or more galkms of proper spray rapidly, 
accurately and effectively, using normal city or pump 
water pressure. The spray deflector permits an upward 
direction so as to get good underleaf coverage, and 
wh«i turned downward, good overall application. This 
jar-type spnya is within reach of any pocketbook. For 
more than a dozen (Mt two bushes, a hose-jar sprayer is 
too wasteful and a tank-sprayer should be your next 
choice. 

Many people, when buyinrtheir first rose bushes, are 
apt to be attracted to low priced bargain sales. In the long 
run, they will bedisanwinted. Many such plants are not 
first grade. Nearijr all are the old style rosa. Hybridizers 
have taken many yean to improve Uie qualities found in 
the newer roses, gathering seeds from known creases as 
well as unknown ones. 

Thousands upon thousands of new seedlings are' 
grown and tested for better «nd newer cdora, better 
rose form, improved substance for keeping quality, 
greater numbers of petals, disease resistance, and in 
recent years, the inclusion of fragivnce. Out of those 
thousaiuls, one or two dozen will be selected to be tested 



Red: *Chrysla- ImperiiU (HT). Muster Lincoln (HI) 

! Red: *Tropicana (HT) 
Pink: 'Royal Highness (HT), Duet (HT), *Quffn 

Elizabeth (grandiflora) 
White: •Garden Party (HT) 
Bloid: Confidence (HT), Peace (HT). Swartbmore (HT) 

•Tiffany (HT) 

(HT) = hybrid tea. 

(The asterisks indicate some of my favorites) 

The floribunda roses are smaller, bushio' and Nlr 
more prolifically. Some of the more popular ones are: '^ 
Red: Europeana 
Pink: Goie Boemer 
Orange Red: Orange Sensation 
Mauve: Angel Face 
White: Iceberg; Ivory Fashion 
Another variety is the polyantlia rose or Fairy. Giv^ 
room, with a minimum of pruning, one bush wQl 
develop into a massive display of pink flowers, needing 
very little care. 

~ Miniature roses are gainuig a strong place in many 
gardras. And miniature they are in every sense of thf 
Avord,^rom size of bhxmi to size of ^f and bush. Try 
to visualize a full arrangement of three of these little 
jewete in a thimble, or a bouquet arrangement in a one 
ounce jigger. Intriguing, isn't it? 

The Norfolk Botanical Gardens is fortunate in having 
an outstanding attraction in its Bicentennial Rose 
Garden. Started just a few years ago there are now ovfir_ 
3000 rose bushes covoing a vast array of hybrid t^ifp 
grandflora, floribunda, polyuitha. rimib and climbing If 



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Ortho representatives will be here March 23rd & 
24th. Old Dominion Lawn & Leisure is the largest 
Ortho dealer in Chesapeaice. 

SAVE during our Ortho super SALE 

New spring hours open Sundays 1-6 
For all your weekend gardening needs. 



■^ fw two years in test gardens. From thiese a,fe\)t,^e 
U^ ri^ected for commercial production and patenting. An 
ni,lrganization known as ilii^fl3S^i<!^^(^}^^i4pn 
\ then evaluates the test roses and selects one or two for 
qjproval, with the official AARS designatidBT '~^' 

These AARS rose selections reach the buying public 
at a cost of $4.00, $4.50 or even $5.00. But these newer 
roses are a far cry from the older roses. All are of 
exMlMticm quality and worth the extra cost. 

Currently thwe are several outetanding new roses. 
Paradise is a hybrid tea, in the hivender color range but 
tinged with bright pink and red which comes and goes 
until fully mature when tiie irink turns to ruby red. It 
has some resemUance to Uie floribunda named Angel 
Face. 
Sundowner, a grandifkm rose, has an intoue orange 



. . Cut flowers are likely to ^ 

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' Watermelons grown 
along the Tigris River 
have been known to rrach 
as much as 275 pounds. 



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A cucumber is not a 
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a fruit. 



A berry that grows in 
West Africa is 3,000 times 
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SNAPPER Facts: Ftanetitonal 
dodgni^semdUo prioe. 

The ft» engkw design of a SNAPPER fidw pwvktes uwestricled viwbilify. less 
•aligoe from enj^ heat, exljaust awJ fxjise; and. ■ snwomer art resulting from 
less maMing <rf grass in frool oJ Ihe cutting urel. VWlh a short whoolbase. less weigW 
on the front tires and no gears in the steermg mechanism ywi gel immedirte 
response steering for cutt^ in ttgM places. 

A(U in: OiHI»^«4i(«imini of ojning height and apaad; the floaiingcut^ 
unHwhtdimnMiasacalpttiganddMiioe. 

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Chemlawn, the 
nation's leading lawn- 
carc coinpaiiy, 
announces iH^ 
opening of a new 
toMdi office u J770, 
Thurston Ave;7 
Virginia Beach. In 
making the 

annwincement, 
branch manager Ripk* 
Beard, also stated that 
since Chemlawn^^ 
founding 10 yeal'S^ 
ago, the company has 
serviced over a half- 
niilKon lawns of every 
variety and wndition. 
"We're basically a 
service company," 
Beard said, "since 
there is neither a 
contract nor pre- 
payment required. 
The only way we get 
paid and keep out 
customers is doing the 
jcA right." 

He also said that 
"agronony and the 
science of lawn care" 
are becoming a more 
recognized factor 
among homemf ners, 
resulting in part, from 
the vast assortment of 
often confining and 
dangerous chemcials 
now available to the 
consumer. Home- 
owners, he said, may 
often find their 
azalca.s destroyed 
wlufelniheproi^pf 
trying to cdntrol 
crabvass. "We just 
can't afforr those 
kind;,r. of 

mistakes... and iieiiher 
<an I he average 
h<H^w»wner," 

Assistiiv JIaird In 
Ae fle«v bran^ office 
*ill be lawn 
specialists, Mark 
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Havens, George 
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varieties An area dev<m to miniatures is soon to be 
cmniHeted. j;, 

Prwpective roiJe ^w^s would find a visit to the 
i^ose Garden te i»e veqr worthwhile. Seeing pictures of 
K»es in a (atalogue does not begin to approach the true 
o^r and beauty of roses grown in a natural setting. 
WMuse of varying ocHlditions of soU, clinate and 
moisture, n>ses vaiy in performance, dependent on the 
geographical locale. 

. ''J****« K an ideal location for raising roses, with 
tttei^ growing s^son. and good winter weather, in 
whkh nd added c(rid protection is needed. Akmg with 
the roses seen at the Botaidcal Gardens, the blooms 
etit^^ in the Annual Rose Show sponsored by the 
Tidewater Rose Society make up a great number of 
wrwties that do well in this part of Virginia. 

The Rose Show is held in mid-October, and is open to 
any grower of roses. Monthly meetings are opm to 
visitors. Membership is based on one's desire to grt)w 
roses. Consultii^ R^ttariansiof the Society are well- 
qualifled in all aspects of rose culture and are available 
to assist in advising and helping any Tidewater 
<tfdeners wishing to plan a rose garden, or improve the 
growing of roses. Additional information about the 
Tidewater Rose Society is available at the Information 
Desk of the Botanical Gardens. 

So there you are! With a little extra care and work, 
such as pruning, spraying,; feeding and watering, 
anyone can grow good roses. There's nothing to it! 





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Examine mail-order plant and nursery offers 
carefully warns Better Busin«i Bureau. 

Every yew at this time nursery and plant offers 
blossom in advance of spring flowers. Whether these 
offers take the form of mail-order or work-at-home 
opportunities, the Better Business Bureau advises 
prospective customers to beware the seeds of deception. 
Always examine »ch offer closely, paying no heed to 
exaggerated claims. 

Although most mail-order jAant offers are legitimate, 
lere Are t&)« that are not.j Take care to know^he 
differmce before sending any money. For example, be 
wary of an ad that offers fruit-bearing trees which will 
grow five to six feet in one year, and are "guaranteed" 
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VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC NOTICES 



In the tlerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 2 1 St day of February, 
1979. 

Fred D. White, 
Plaintiff, 
against C79-3 15 
Paula H. White, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion 
occuring February 4, 
1979, to be merged at the 
proper time into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii. 

And an affidavit having 
b#en made and filed that 
thlb defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1504 Sunshine Road 
Brownsville, Texas. 

It is ordered that Paula 
H. White do appear on or 
before the 13th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 



By: Linda Noel Hill, . 
Deputy Clerk 

Philip Denman, p.q. 
1800 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 

2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



Virginia: In th? Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Vit^inia ■ Beath,J'i!iW' the 
2 1st day of February, 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Heather 
Elizabeth Principle 

By: Roy Edward Austin 
and Ramona Louise 
Austin, Petitioners 

To: John Steven Burke 

In Chancery #C79-222 

ORDER 

This day came Roy 
Edward Austin and 
Ramona Louise Austin, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s), 
Heather Elizabeth 
Principle, by Roy Edward 
Austin and • Ramona 
Louise Austin, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that John Steven 
Burke, a natural parent of 
said child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
unknown. 
__ It is therefore Ordered 
that the said John Steven 
Burke appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude - toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the I6th day of February, 
1979. 

Donna Ann Fox Riojas, 
Plaintiff, against Gilbert 
Riojas, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Naval 
Amphibious Base, Little 
Creek, Ship Shore 
Department, Virginia 
Beach, VA 23455, it is 
ordered that Gilbert 
Riojas do appear on or 
before the 13th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



4748 Kerle St., 
Jacksonville, Florida 
32205. 

It is ordered that 
Willene Jan Luke do 
appear on or before the 
13th of April. 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her intoxst in 
this suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 

By:JoyA.Johaosai, 
Deputy Gcrk 

Michael E. Grey, p.q. 

2/28,3/7.3/14,3/21 



Joy A. Joha^n 
CtepMy^erk 

SimMijl. Gordon, pq, 
3/31,3/28.4/4.4/11 



Norfolk. Virginia 23510 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



Virginia: In tjie Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 

In ^e: The Estate of 
Phyllis N. Lupi. deceased 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 



Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen. D.C. 



J. Brian Donnelly, p.qr 
2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



Deputy Clerk 



T979:- 

In re: Adoption of Mary 
Cathran Belyeu 

By: Richard Stanley Kaye 
and Mary Tyler Kaye, 
Petitioners 

To: Cletis Arnold Belyeu 
Cherry Point Marine 
Corps Air Station 
Cherry Point, NC 28533 

In Chancery #C78- 1795 

ORDER 

This day came Richard 

Stanley Kaye and Mary 

Tyler Kaye, Petitioners. 

and represented that the 

object of this proceeding 

is to effect the adoption of 

the above named infant, 

Mary Cathran Belyeu, by 

Richard Stanley Kaye and 

Mary Tyler Kaye, 

husband and wife, and 

affidavit having been 

made and filed that Cletis 

Arnold Belyeu, a natural 

parent of said child(ren), 

is a non-resident of the 

State of Virginia, the last 

known post office address 

being: Cherry Point 

Marine Corps Air Station, 

Cherry Point, N.C. 28533. 

It is therefore Ordered 

that the said Cletis Arnold 

Belyeu appear before this 

Court within ten (10) days 

after publication of this 

Order and indicate his/her 

attitude toward the 

proposed adoption, or 

otherwise do what is 

necessary to protect his 

interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Karl L. Drews, p.q. 



James R. McKenry, p.q. 
2/28,3/7,3/14.3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 20th day of February, 
1979. 

Bruce Lee Johnson, 
Plaintiff, against Sandra 
K. Johnson; Defendiinf . • " 

ORDER OF 
PUB LICAT ION 



It appearing that a 
report to the accounts of 
Robert L. Simpson, Jr., 
Administrator of the 
Estate of Phyllis N. Lupi. 
deceased, and of the debt 
and demands against her 
estate has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office, and that 
SIX months have elapsed 
since the qualification, on 
motion of Robert L. 
Simpson. Jr., 

Administrator. IT IS 
ORDERED that the 
creditors of. and all others 
interested in, the estate do 
show cause, if any they 
can, on the 23rd day of 
March. 1979. before this 
Court at its Courtroom, 
against the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of 
PhylHsN. Ltipi. debeas^.^ 
to the Creditors WidQ^ 
Estate. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the IJth day of ManA. 
1979. 

Brend« Gordon Cainp 
(Mowry), Plaintiirr. 
against Joseph H. Cainp, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PMBUCATION 

The object of this suil is 
for thie said plaintiff to 
obtain a Virginia 
judgment against the said 
defendiint based upon the 
judgm^t order Of the 
Generd Court of Justke 
District Court Division of 
Gastoii County. North 
Carolina, entered 1 
December 1978. in favpr 
of plaintiff, in the amount 
of SI. 450.00. representing 
arrearages in cl)Ud 
support. 

And an affidavit havfitg 
been made and filed tl^U 
the defendant is not ; a 
resident of the State lOf 
Virglhia. the last knpwn 
post office address being 
2103 Westchester Circk. 
Apartment #3, MeQuHHs. 
Tennessee 38134, If Is 
ordered that Joseph U. 
Camp do answer in 
writing on or before the 
16th of April, 1979, aikl 
do what may be necessairy 
to protect j»is injer^ Jn 



In the Clerk's Offiw of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B«ch, on 
the 9th day of March, 
1979. 

Donald Lee Midgeti, 
Plaintiff, 
against C^390 
Constance Maye Midgett, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Denver, Colorado. 

It is ordered that 
Constance Maye Midgett 
do appear on or before the 
1st of May, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of a one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
3801 Ridgecrest Circle, 
Huntsville,' Alabama. 

it is ordered that 
Patricia Irene Bennett do 
appear on or before the 
20th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert D. Eisen, p.q. 

3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March, 
1979. 

Paul Edward Fletcher, 
Plaintiff, against Laura C. 
Fletcher, Defendant. 



C3erk 

JoyA. Johamen 

Deputy O^k 



Stuart Gordon 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



ORDER OR 



A copy-Teste: 
John V, Fentress, Clerk 
Linda Noll Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 

Christieand Held, p.q. 
245 First Colonial Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 

3/14.3/21,3/28,4/4 



this siiit 



,.tr<; r ■atrii> p'lrtvf h Kif ic.C( lo ishio 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of 
constructive desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thi 



A copy-Tttte; 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Andrea 
Rene Baril 

By: Barbara Lee Baril, 
Petitioners 

To: Gloria Jean Baril 

State of Michigan 

(city and county unknown) 



2/28. 3/7. 3/14. 3/21 



ORDER 

This day came Barbara 

Lee Baril, Petitioner, and 

represented that the object 

of this proceeding is to 

effect the adoption of the 

above named infant, 

Andrea Rene Baril, by 

Barbara Lee Baril, wife, 

and affidavit having been 

made and filed that Gloria 

Jean Baril, a natural 

parent of said child(ren), 

is a non-resident of the 

State of Virginia, the last 

known post office address 

being: State of Michigan, 

(city and county 

unknown). 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Gloria Jean 
Baril appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do "what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

J. Peter Holland, III, p.q. 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Section 20- 
91(9). And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o E.C. Allen, 
2128 Hellbeck St., 
Pueblo, Colorado 81008, 
it is ordered that Sandra 
K. Johnson do appear on 
or before the 13th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A Johansen, D.C. 



A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Joy A Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Robert L. Simpson, Jr. 
Administrator of the . 

Estate 
of Phyllis N. Lupi, 

decease 

3/14,3/21 



John V. Fentreis 

Clerk 

By: Mildred A. Weigiitid 

Deputy qerk 

Richard F.Holladay Jr. 
HOLLADAV.lNMAN* 

OLIVIERI 
Suite 211, Pembroke Fotir 
Pembroke Office Park 
Virginia Beach, Virginin - 

23462 

3/21,3/28,4/4,4/11 



been made and filed Jthat 
iU;,a V) x^lno ^d boii-Aldul the dcfeniUmr'fr m^t^ 
in the Clerk's Office of resident of the State of 

!!!!..^t'^!!-:^°"J['.°!^'^~^J^«'n'a. the last known 

post office address being 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March, 
1979. 

Elmer C. Pritchett. 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
Pritchett, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo nuttrifflonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and ap«rt 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being P.O. Box IS7, 
Oriental, North Carolina 
28571, it is ordered that 
Mary Pritchett do appear 
on or before the 27th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

4oy^ JohanMn 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart Gordon > < 

3/|-ig/21.3«M/4nBu«iuq 
aboO 0^' ^o ,MS. nolloaZ 



City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of March, 
1979. 



Ralph E. Lawrence 
2/28.3/7,3/14,3/21 



2/2», 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of February, 
1979. 

John Carlton Luke, Sr., 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Willene Jan Luke, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for a period in excess of 
one (1) year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bang 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 12th day of March, 
1979. 

William Steven Butt, 
Plaintiff, against Sheila 
Diane Butt, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period in excess of one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 

been made and filed that 

the defendant is not a 

resident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known 

post office address being 

Rudee Hotel, Pacific 

Ave., Virginia Beach, VA, 

it is ordered that Sheila 

Diane Butt do appear on 

or before the 27th of 

April, 1979, and do what 

may be necessary to 

protect her interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentr^ 
Clerk 



In the Cterk's Office pf 
the Orcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Betch. OS 
the 6th day of Man;b. 
1979. 

Norman |.,ee Smith, 
Plaintiff, against Patdioe 
(Baiter) Smiffc, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimcwii froqi 
the said dcfeadu^ unon 
the grounds of one yinir 
separation. And p|i 
affidavit having bt^ 
made and filed that tN 
defendant is a noK- 
resl^nf of the State pf 
Vir^la, the last fcoowii 
post office address NiKJp 
959 Virginia Bead) 
Boulevard, Lot ^, 
Vir^nia ik»A, Virgitl|i 
23454, it is ordered t|at 

PauUne (Baker) SnitliS 
appMT on <n before mf 
26th of April, 1979i ^ 
do what may be neoessi^ 
to prote» het iai^st h 
this sun. 'f 

Acopy-Te^ 

John V. Fmtri^ 

CM 

By: J. Curtis Fr^ 

Deputy Ot^ 

Rictuu-d J, 1^v8 
RoystvByfldtai 



James Allen Carlisle. 
Plaintiff, 
against 
, Sharon Ann Cariisle. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of more than 
one y«ir's separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
180 Hanover Place, Apt. 
4, Athens, Georgia, 
30606. 

It is ordered that 
Sharon Ann Cariisle do 
appMr on or before the 
20th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert H. Bennett, p.q. 

3/14,3/21,3/28.4/4 



8510 16th St., Silver 
Springs, Maryland #615. it 
is ordered that Laura C. 
Fletcher do appear on or 
before the 27th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
n«;essary to protect her 
interest in this Suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart Gordon, p.q. 

3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of March, 
1979. 

Mid^ Patrick Lee 

Bennett, Plaintiff, 

against 

Patricia Irene Benmtt, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Tilt obJefX of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March. 
.1979. 

Jacqueline Trefethen, 
Plaintiff, against Guy 
Trefethen, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

TTie object of this suit fe 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
, the grounds of having 
lived sei^u^te and afort 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period of more than one 
ynu^. And an affidavit 
having b^n made and 
raed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office addre^ 
bdi9 127 S. Henderson. 
Oipe Girardeau, Missouri 
63701, it is order«l that 
Guy Trefethen do ^^pear 
«i or before the 27th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Te^: 
John V. Fentress 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 7th day of 
March. 1979. 

Robert L. Brown, 
Plaintiff, against Avril 
Brown, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and a|MUl 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o Connelly, 8D 
Downfield Court, Aidlw 
Dundee, Scotland, United 
Kingdom, it is ordered 
that Avril Brown do 
appear on or before the 
27th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be Mcessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suh. 

, Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

DqwtyCto^k 

Stuart Gordon 
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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March, 
1979. 

Vernon Qumcy /^ams. 
Plaintiff, agaiMt Oirleen 
Mid Adams, Defmlant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



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PuMc NotlcM cont'd 



Tbe object of tMs suit is 

to obtain a divorce a 

vincyJo {natrimonii from 

the said defendtt^, upon 

the grounds <tf one jfar 

separation since Gj^obcr 

l5,197lAndiiiittldifit 

having bran mMl«yand 

filed that the d^fAidant is 

not a resident ^f the State 

of Virginia, the last 

iuiown post office address 

being 21 Urquhart St., 

West Warwick, Rhode 

Island 0289}, it is ordered 

that DarleoA Ethel Adams 

do appou- on or before the 

27th of April, im. and 

do what may be nc^astsy 

to protect her interest in 

this suit. 



Charles A. McDuffie.p.q. 
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Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

dfrk 

JoyA. Johansen 

Deputy Clfrk 



Gleiin9.McCIaMn 
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Virginia: In the Juvoule 
and Domestic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Brach. 

CommonweaMi of Viiyima 
In re: Herbert Walter 
Wiseman 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled proceeding k to 
approve the ten^orary 
entrustment agreement 
entered into between the 
Department of Social 
Services, aty of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia, and 
Darlene Lynnette 
Wiseman, mothef of- 
Herbert Walter Wiicaan 
dated January 23, 1979 
pursuanf h^'-Tltle* ftf. I 
SM«kMaM.^iliiGode 
of Virginia. 
.The parent is required 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuii Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the aeth'aay of February, 
1979. - 

Arnold Leslie Cross, 
Plaintiff, against C79-320, 
Nan R. Cross, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Mensa Et Thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known address 
being 7-D Dawson Road 
Apartments, Leesburg, 
GA 31763, it is ordered 
that Nan R. Cross do 
appear on or before the 
18th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Linda ikoel Hill 

Deputy Clerk 

William H. Colona 
3330 Pacific Ave. 
Suite 202, Beach Tower 
Va. Beach, Va. 

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the growMii of squration 
for more than oi» year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that . 
the defendaht is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virghiia. the last known 
post office address being 
Route (toe, Brownstown. 
Indiana 47220. 

It is orctered that Eva 
Jane Wheeler White do 
appear on or before the 
13th of April. 1979, and 



do what may be Mcessary 
to protect her int«eit in 
this suit. 

Acopy-twte: 

John V. Fentress. Qerk 

Jf>y A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Franks. Butler, IH.p.q. 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgini»Beach. on 
the 1st day of March, 
19^. 



FRANK E. BUTLER III, Es|Cheator 

for the aty of Virginia Bepch 

IN RE: Various Properties 

CERTIFICATE 

TTiis is to certify that in accordance w^h Code §55- 
181 of the Code of Virginia that the foUowi^ig parcels of 
rwl property were escheated to the Commpnwealth of 
Virginia by jury verdict dated January 19, 1979 in the 
case styled Commonwealth of Virginia, by.\Frank E. 
Butler, III. Escheator. Chancery No. C78-2li$>A: 

Parcel of land known as Lots 2 & 3. Oakwood, Tax 
or Parcel Number B-41-20-2 * 1 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 10. Oakwood. Tax or 
Parcel Number B-42-40-10, 

and 

Parcel of land known as. Burton Parcel. Tax or 
Parcel Number B-43-40-12A. 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 115. 116, 26. 
Hodgman Plat. Tax or Parcel Number C-42-30- 
115, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 8, Block 1, Lakeside, 
Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK- 1-8. 

All of which parcels are located in the City of 
Virginia Beach and should be advertised as "owno- 
unknown". 



1979 



Given under my hand this 19th day of January 



aail half of Lot 2. Block 23. Section D. Cape Henry 
Sippdicate. 7610 Oc^nfront. Lynnhaven Borough. 

8. Hechinger Co. by F. Wolfheimer, Senior Vice 
President, requests a variance of 4 feet in fence height to 
W J foot fence inst^id of a 4 fqot fence a^ allowed in a 
r«|rtred setback from a street (Virginia Beach 
Boftleyard) on Part of Block 24, Block 25, all lots 
in^sive. Part of Block 33, Block 34, all lots inclusive, 
P9n of Block 41, Block 42, all lots inclusive and closed 
ponrtions of PcMomac Avenue and Cleveland Street and 
Cloied portion of 6th Street, Sunnybrook. 124 
OMistitution Drive. Bayside Borough. 

9. MaroW W. and Louise A. Smith request a variance of 
7.| feet to a 2?.7 foot front yard setback instead of 30 
feet as required (screened porch) on Lot 17, Block K, 
Section 2. Aragona Village, Jacqueline Avenue. Bayside 
Bpvough, 

10. Virby Realty requests a variance to allow parking in 
the required 25 foot setback from a street where 
prohibited and to waive the required landscaping in the 
setback on Parcel 23A, Airport Industrial Park, Baker 
Rolid. Bayside Borough. 

11. Richard R. S^ese requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
buUding adjacent to a public street on Lot 5, Block E, 
Section 1, Part A, The Lakes, 3316 Rosebriar Court. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

12. Chester F. and Barbara E. Enrehzeller request a 
variance of 5 feet in building.height to a 40 foot building 
height instead of a 35 foot building height above grade 
as allowed on a Parcel 7.923 acres. Broad Bay, 16% 
North Great Neck Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. Cleo Galatis by R.D. Dunnington requests a 
yariartce of 10 feet to a "O" setback from 12th Street 
instead of 10 feet as required (walk in refrigerated units) 
on Lots 11 and 13, Block 13, 1200 Atlantic Avenue. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. Landmark Coififflljnigali6iis,liic7fequests a variance 
of 2 feet In fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 
foot fence as allowed and to allow a wire woyen fence to 
enclose a parking area adjacent to a street where 
prohibited on Parens A-1 and C, Greenwich Area, 
Greenwich Road. Bayside Borough. 

2. G.B, Bobb requests a variance to allow parking of a 
major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead ojf behind the nearest portion of a building 
adj«>ent to a public street on Site B of Lot 1 , Block A, 
Section 5, Brandon. 1814 Rich Court. Kempsville 
Borough. 



Petitioner, 



Hnrkness, Plaintiff, 



tp appear and protect 
his/her interests oh or 
beftjre April 18, 1*79. i 

Bnter: ^23-79 

Atrvecopy:Bizabeth 
E. Henky, Clerk 

By:KathyS.'Brother8, 
D^DtyQerk 

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In the Clerk's Office" of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgmit Beadi, on 
the 23rd day of February, 
I9t9. 

Carol Pzabeth Aliens 

Keely Stoddard. 

Phnntiff, 

against « 

JeroUPaul&oddanl, 

Defendant, 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION^ 

The object of thif wit is 
to obtain an amuihaait 
frcm the sakl def^iam, 
upon the groves of there 
tm» bdng any infem^oi) 
on the part of ^he 
defemlant to consuraiiitte 
the said marriafe. 

And an affidavit ha^ag 
been n^» and filed Uutt 
the defemiant is ncK i 
redd^ of the State of 
Vi^ia. tf» last kno«^ 
pott office vddb-en bMg 
447< Oema View |liC 
Apt. 2, \1r|inia BqMh. 
Vt. ' ^ 'f 

It is (Kderal thtt imgH 
Paul Sto(khurd 4s W0m 
on or befoee the |^ of 
A^, 1979. apd(£| wtet 
may be liH^i^f to 
jxme& his btt^s in ^ 
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Depu^CMc 



Becky Ann White 
Harkness. Defendant. 

ORDER 6f 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of wilfull 
desertion and 

abandonment without 
cause or justification. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the Uut known 
pott office adtfa^ess being 
either: 512 N.W. 25th St., 
Apt. 6. Ft. Lauderdale. 
FL 33313 or c/o Mn. 
' Jaake Petros, Rt. 4, 
Waynesburg.,PA 17268. 

It Is (mimxl that Becky 
Ann White Harkness do 
^>pear on or before the 
20th of April, 1979, and 
do wh^ may be necessary 
to (mitect her interest in 
this suir. 

Acppy-T«te: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

J^ A. Johansen. 
Dqnity Clerk 

Wayne G.Souza.p.q. 

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In the C^k's Office of 
tte Orcuit Court of the 
Oty of Vughiia BeK^, on 
the 22nd day of FetMiury, 
1979. 

James Harold White, 
Plahttiff. 

Evi Jaiie Wheeler White. 
Dd^eadttit. 

OROtROF 
PUttJCAItON 



Signed:FrankE.ButlCTni, ALL ^^ICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 

PubMshed by order of Donald Haynes.Stete Librarian. ^^*^- *^^^ ' ' ' ' ' 

}^^^''^°"^9LJ^ojLiMSljQi the Code of w l t,,^.. 

Vlrgima. \ v r,.^i t owcrs 

Secretary 



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Board of Zonii^ Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday. April 4. 1979. 
at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers. Administration 
Building. Municipal Center. Virginia Beach. Virginia. 
The following applications will appear on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Allen G. Richter requests a variance of 300 square 
feet of sign allowance to 332 square feet o^, sign area 
instead of 200 square feet of sign area ai allowed 
orioitated to the Atlantic Ocean (10 feet bV 15 feet 
Dairy Queen flag) on Lot 5. Block 19, Virgin* Beach, 
19th Street and Oceanfront. Virginia Beach Borbugh. 

2. J. Larry Wingo requests a variance of 10 feet|to a 20 
foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as r^uh^ 
(Ocean View Avenue) on Lots 7, 8, 9, and eas^n 23 
feet of Lot 34, Block 19. Chesapeake Park. Lauc^s^e 
Avenue. Bayside Borough. ^ 

3. Edwin H. and Agnes M. Barker request a variance to 
allow |»rking of major recreational equipment in front 
of a building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
huikiing ad^uent to a public street on Lots 1 and 2, 
Uock I. Thalia Manor. 4213 Thalia Drive: Kem|»ville 
Borough. 

4. James F. and Linds F. Vaughan request a variance to- 
allow parking of major recreational equipment\in front 
of a building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public str^t on Lot 41. Elflubeth 
River Shores. 405 South Military Highway. Kem^vUle 
Borough. \ 

5. Gulf Oil Corporation requests a variance of 1^ 
square feet of land aroi to 18,780 square feet of Utod 
imtrad of 20.000 square feet of land as rn^uired for an 
automobile service station and of |0 feet to a 25 fo^ 
setback from Kemisvilie Road (pump isluid f^au^) 
and of 9 fwt to a % foot setbttk from Princess Ann^ 
RokI (pump island mm^ ami car wash building) 
instMd of 35 feet each as required on a Paixxl. 
ICan|»ville aroi, 5161 Princess Anne Road. Kem|»viUe 
Borough. 

6. HiMl^ns and As^x^tes r»)uests a variance of 10 ftm 
to a 10 foM wk yard adJMrat to a strwt (Washm|t«i 
AvMiM) instrad of 20 feet as required on Lot 1. mkI 
Pr^wrty <rf'QuiH> I^ndMon, Pared D. Croatan Beadi, 
Lake Av^ik. Prim^ Aniw B«oii^. 

7. TteMMB H. WiUc(»(, Jr. miuMs a mrwm of 19 feet 
to m II fo(M setl^c tatoKl of W ^m as requintd of 
anyjnurdttljK^it to the ^tantic Ocnn (ttek) on Ul 1, 



FRANK E. BUTLER III, Escheator 

for tlie City of Vu-ginia Beach 

IN RE: Various Properties 

CERTinCATE 

Thll is to certify that in accordance with Code §55- 
181 of t|ie Coete of Virginia that the following parcels of 
real piqperty were escheated to the Commonwealth of 
Viri^ by jury verdict dated January 19. 1979 in the 
case il^ Copiiomrealth of Vlrgiafai, by Frank E. 
Bodfri III, Eacbaiitor, Chancery No. C78-1952A: 

Pircd of land known as Lots 13 A 14. Block 1. 
Lakeside. Tax or parcel Number C-42-4-BK-1-13. 

^m*l of land known as Lots 9, 10, 12-20, Block 2, 
Lakeside, Tutor Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2-9 . 

aiid 

Jr 

PMcel of land known as Lots 23. 24. 25. 26. Block 
2, Lakesitte, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2- 
21, 

P«^ of land known as Lot 27. Block 2. Lakeside. 
T0 or Parcel Number C.42-4.BK-^27. 

and 

PtmA of tend known as Lots 30 A 31. Block 2. 
Lakedde,TuorPait^NumbCTC-42-4-BK-2-20. 

AUofi^uch parcels of land are lootted in the aty 
of Vir^ala Bei^ and should be advertised as "owner 
unknowi." 



F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID 

2268 Elbow Road 

Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 

and 

EDWARD G. FENTRESS, JR. , 

HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, 

JOHN W.FENTRESS, 

CLAUDE H. FENTRESS. JR., 

RAVMOND C. FENTRESS, 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS, 

and MARGARET E. BASER, 

heirs of C.H. FENTRESS and R.G. MOORE, whose 

addresses are unknown, and if any of them be dead, 

their surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law, devisees and 

assigns^ whose names are unknown, and lien creditors 

of any of said parties, if any there b«, and all other 

persons having an interest in these proceedings, whose 

names are unknown, all of which parties being hereby 

proceeded against as "Parties Unknown," 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In this proceeding the petitioner seeks to acquire by 
condemnation the fee simple title to a certain parcel of 
land situated in the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, for 
the construction and maintenance of that certain public 
sewer project known as "Gracetown Sewer Project," 
which property is shown and described more 
particulariy in the petition and exhibit attached thereto 
on file in the office of the Clerk of this Court, to which 
reference is hereby made for a full and accurate 
description thereof; and for the appointment of 
commissioners to ascertain just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or interest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a result of the taking and use 
thereof by the petitioner. 

For such purposes the petitioner will apply to the 
Court on the 1st day of May, 1979, at the courthouse 
thereof. Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, VA, at 9:30 
o'clock A.M., or as soon thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, for the appointment of commissioners to 

ascertain just compensation as aforesaid. 

And it appearing by affidavit filed according to law 
that the following owners are not residents of the State 
of Virginia, or their names and addresses are not known 
^and that diligence has been used by and on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain such names and addresses 
without effect: EDWARD G. FENTRESS, JR., 
HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, JOHN W. FENTRESS, 
CLAUDE H. FENTRESS, JR., RAYMOND C. 
FENTRESS, CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS 
and MARGARET E. BABER, heirs of C.H. 
FENTRESS and R.G. MOORE, and their lien 
creditors, if any, and heirs at law, if any; it is 
ORDERED that the aforesaid owners do appear within 
ten (10) days after due publication of this order in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beadh, Virgfom, and to do what is necessary to 
protect their interests; and it is 

FURTHER ORIffiRED that if any of the above^ 
named owners desire to assert any objection or defense 
to the taking or damaging of their property or to the 
jurisdiction of the Court to hear the case and to proceed 
with the appointment of commissioners they shall file 
their answer and grounds of defense designating the 
property in which they claim to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection or defense to the taking or 
damaging of their property or to the jurisdiction of the 
Court to hear the case and to proceed with appointment 
of commissioners for the determination of just 
compensation. 



Should any such owner fail to file their answer and 
grounds. of dirftfnse as hereinabove provided, such 
failure shall not preclude the owner from appearing on 
the date set for the appointment of commissionersjjor 
from presenting evidence as to valuation and damage 
nor from sharing in the award of just compensation 
according to their interest therein or otherwise 
protecting their rights, but such failure shall preclude 
such owner from any other defense by way of pleas in 
bar. abatement or otherwise. 

And it is FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this 
Order shall be pubUshed once a week for two 
consecutive weeks in the Vi^nia Beach Sun. and a copy 
hereof shall be posted on the bulletin board of this 
Court. 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a Municipal Corporation, ^ 



Petitioner. 



1979 



Giv«ft mda my band this 19th day of January 



SigtMd: Frank E. Butl« III 



Published by ordv of Donald Haynes. State Librarian. 
Under uithority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Vbibua. 



^rginia: In the C:faoiit Ccwrt of tbe aty of Viifinia 
Beach 

OTY or yiRonqA BEACH, 



F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID 

2268 Elbow Road 

Chesapeake. Virginia 23320 

and 

EDWARD G. FENTRESS, JR.. 

HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, 

JOHN W. FENTRESS, 

CLAUDE H. FENTRESS, JR., 

RAYMOND C. FENTRESS, 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS, 
and MARGARET E. BABER, 
heirs of C.H. Fentress and R.G. Moore, wl^e 
addresses are unknown, and if any of thnn be (fend, 
their surviving spouses, if any. heirs at law, devisees and 
assigm, whme names are unknown, and lien croUtors 
of any of said parties, if any there be, and all other 
persons, havii^ u interest in these proaedings, mhfm 
iMmes are unknmm, all of whidi jMuties being hereby 
proceeded againtt as "Partes Unknown." 

Defo^uiU. 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices cont'd 



Notary Public 



NOTICE 

To: F. Donald Reid and Bonni« Y. Rdd » 

2268 Elbow Road 
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 

You Are Hereby NotiHed that the City of Virginia 
Beach, Vir^hia, a municipal corporation, will, on the 
Ist day of May, 1979, at 9:15 o'clock A.M., or as soon 
thereafter as counsel may be hnrd. apply to the Judge 
of the Circuit Court of the aty of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, at the Courthouse thereof, for the 
appointment of commissioners to ascertain what will be 
the just compensation for certain lands or interests 
therein which the City of Virginia Beach proposes to 
condenm for Project known as Gracetown Sewer 
Project, as shown on the plat attached to the Petition 
filed in the above styled cause, and to award damages, if 
any, resulting to the adjacent or remaining property of 
the owner(s), beyond the enhancement in value to such 
property which may accrue by reason of the taking and 
construction of the work mentioned. The ownership, 
location and description of the property which is 
proposed to be condemned, the nature of the 
construction and the location of the Project will fully 
appear in the Petition and exhibits filed with the same, 
A copy of the Petition is annexed herrto. 

If you fail to appear and submit a list of prospective 
commissioners at the date and time hereinabove 
specified, the undersigned will move the Court to 
submit a panel of prospective commissioners on your 
behalf, and from the lists submitted to select a panel of 
nine (9) freeholders to be summoned for the trial of the 
issue of just compensation. 

You are further notified that Grounds of Defense 
shall be filed, in writing, within twenty-one (21) days 
from the date this Notice is duly served, and it shall 
include the value of the property to be taken and an 
appraisal of any and all damages which may result to 
the residue by reason of the taking. , 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

By Richard H. Matthews 

■ — -■ - .^ — .-JCounsel 



My commission expires 
April 13, 1981 

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In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day of March, 1979. 

City of Virginia Beach, a municipal Corporation, 
Plaintiff, against F. Donald Reid etal, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to acquire by condemnation 
the fee simple title to a certain parcel of land situated in 
the City of Virginia Beach, VA for the construction and 
maintenance of that certain public sewer project known 
as "Gracetown Sewer Project" etc. See Detail of Order 
of Publication. 

And an affidavit having been made and filed that 
the/some defendant are not residents.^pf the State of 
Virginia, it is ordered that they do appe^^or before 
the 1st of May, 1979, and do what may be neccessary to 
protect their interest in this suit . 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

aerk 

By: Karen A. Kephart 

Deputy Clerk 

Richard H. Matthews 

Assistant City Attorney 

Municipal Center , 

Virginia Beach, VA 23456 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a Municipal Corporation, 



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maintain the same in accordance with the plans refm^d 
to ttK>>«. The right hereto acquired include the right to 
utilia the land in the future, (1) for construction, 
rec(Mistruction, alternation, imim>vema)t, repair and 
maintenance of said sewer system; (2) for all other 
sewo-, street, highway andpublic municipal purpose, 
and; (3) in accordance with all the rights and incidents 
normally aa]uired in the proptny as owner of the fee 
simple title thereof, with respect to the portion of said 
property acquired in fee simple. 

5. Your petitioner has made a bonafide but 
ineffectual effort to acquire said property by purchase 
from the owner(s) thereof, but has been unable to do so 
because all persons having an intnest in said property 
are not ascertainable to your petitioner and there are or 
may be parties unknown having some right, interest or 
title therein. 

6. Your petitioner is of the Opinion that the persons 
entitled to an interest in the compensation to be 
ascertained in this proceeding are: F. DONALD REID 
and BONNIE Y. REID, EDWARD G. FENTRESS, 
JR., HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, JOHN W. 
FENTRESS, CLAUDE H. FENTRESS. JR.. 
RAYMOND C. FENTRESS. CLIFFORD DORMAN 
FENTRESS and MARGARET E. BABER, their heirs 
at law, devisees and assigns, as well as other penons 
denoted herein as "Parties Unknown." 

WHEREFORE, your petitioner respectfully prays to 
this Honorable Court in accordance with the provisions 
of Title 25, Chapter 1.1 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, 
as amended, that conunissioners may be summoned and 
appointed to ascertain and report the value of the land 
taken and damages, if any, which may accrue to the 
remaining property of the owner(s) beyond the 
enhancement in value, if any, to such other property by 
reason of the taking and use; that the Court direct that 
all other steps be takwi to carry out the intents of Title 
25, Chapter 1.1 and Title 33.1, Chapter 1, Article 7, of 
the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, as may be 
necessary; and that the petitioner may have such other, 
further and general relief as the nature of its case may 
require. 

V CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

By Richard H. Matthews 

,-■ Of Counsel 



names of any otiwr penons eiG9t F. Donald Rod and 
Bonnie Y. Reid, wlso my have any interest tai the 
(MiqjCTty to be oonderaiied in these jmceedlnp are 
unknown and are hereby proceeded agidait as "Parties 
Unknown." 

RldMrd H.Matthews 

Subscribed and Swwn to Mon me, Kathlem B. 
Grier, a Not^y PuUic-in uid to die City of Vi^nia 
Beach, State of Viiginia, this J3th day of February, 
1979, 

Kathleen B. Grier 
Notary Public 

My Commission exjrfres: 
April 13. 1981 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 



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"Petitioner, 



Richard H. Matthews, 
Assistant City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 



PROJECT: Gracetown Sewer Projert^ 
PARCEL: Lot 1, Block 1 



F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID, EDWARD 

G. FENTRESS, JR., HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, 
JOHN W. FENTRESS, CLAUDE H. FENTRESS, JR. 
RAYMOND C. FEKTRfiSS. CUFFOitD D01il4Afif 
FENTRESS and MARGARET E. BABER, as well as 
othCLpersons denoted herein as "Parties Unknown." 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA ^ 



V. 



$5,000.00 



CERTIFICATE NO. 265 



This is to Certify that FIVE THOUSAND 
DOLLARS, ($5,000.00) is estimated by the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, a municipal corporation, to be 
the fair market value of the real property hereinafter 
described, and damages to the residue, if any, owned in 
whole or in part by the parties referred to above and 
their lien creditors, if any, and all other parties in 
interest in the said property, which the City of Virginia 
Beach as directed to be taken for street and highway and 
other municipal public purposes. 

The amount above specified, or as much thereof as 
may be determined by the Court, will be paid by the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, on vouchers approved 
by the Director of Public Utilities, pursuant to order of 
the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 
as provided by Tide 33. 1 , Chapter 1, Article 7, and Title 
15.1. Chapter 18, Article 7. of the Code of Virginia, 
1950. as amended, and Section 2.01 of the Charter of 
the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. The real property 
or interest therein, ho-einafter described, lies in the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, and is shown on the plans 
for GRACETOWN SEWER PROJECT on file with the 
Department of Public Utilities. Municipal Center. 
Virginia Beach. Vu-ginia. the estate therein and the 
property taken being more particularly described as 
follows, to wit: 

The fee simple title to all thiu certain lot, 
piece or parcel of land as shown on that , 
certain plat entitled "PLAT SHOWING 
SEWER, WATER AND UTILITY 
EASEMENTS FOR THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH." and recorded in the Clerk's 
office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia, in Map Book 116 at 
Page 49, to which reference is made for a 
more particular descriiMion. 

Dated this 23rd day of February, 1979. in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

George L. Hanbury 

City Manager 

C. Oral Lambm. Jr. 

Director of Public Works 

STATE OF VIRGINIA 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, to wit: 

The foregc^ng instrument was Mknowlnlg^ before 
me this 2nd day of March. 1979, by GEORGE L. 
HANBURY, City Manage, and C. ORAL LAMBERT. 
JR., Director of Public Works, on behalf of the aty of 
^^ilinia Beach, Virginia. 

ICtthleen B. Grier 



F. DONALD REID AND BONNIE Y. REID 

2268 Elbow Road 

Chesapeake. VA 23320 

and 

EDWARD G. FENTRESS. JR., 

HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS, 

JOHN W.FENTRESS. 

CLAUDE H. FENTRESS, JR., 

RAYMOND C.FENTRESS, i 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS, 

ap4.MA?ifil^WT|^!B^BER<„i. u, nolu nasd zW 

heirs of C.H. Fentress^nd R.O. Moore, whose address 

arc unknown and if any of them be dead, their surviving 

spouses^ if any, heirs at law, devisees and assigns, whose 

names are unknown, and lien creditors of any of said 

parties, if any there be, and all other persons, having an 

interest in these proceedings, whose names are 

unknown, all of which parties being hereby proceeded 

against as "Parties Unknown," 

Defendants. 

PETITION FOR CONDEMNATION 

TO THE HONORABLE JUDGES OF THE COURT 
AFORESAID: 

Your Petitioner, City of Virginia Beach, a municipal 
corporation of the Commonwealth of Virginia, files this 
Petition in accordance with Section 2.01 of the ChartCT 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Title 15.1, Chapter 18, 
Article 7; Title 33.1, Chapter 1, Article 7; Title 25, 
Chapter 1 . 1 , of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, 
and such general laws as are applicable for the purpose 
of condemning the hereinafter descrived property, and 
represents as follows: 

1. That the City Attorney and/or Assistant City' 
Attorney has been appointed the agent and attorney for 
the City of Virginia Beach and has been duly authorized 
to institute these condemnation proceedings and to 
conduct the same in the name and on behalf of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 

2. The real property and easement(s) which are to be 
taken in this proceeding lie in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and are describe as follows: 

All that certain lot. tract or parcel of land, 
together with the improvements thereon 
belonging, lying, situate and being in the City 
of Virginia Beach. Virginia, and designated 
and described as "Lot 1. Block 1" as shown 
on that certain plat entitled: "PLAT 
SHOWING SEWER, WATER AND 
UTILITY EASEMENTS FOR THE CITY 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH," and recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. Virginia, in Map Book 
116. at Page 49. to which reference is made 
for a more particular d«cription. 

3. The plans above referred to are on file in the 
Department of Public Works. Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456. A cc^y of the plat of 
the property owned by the defendants which is affected 
by this proceeding is attached hereto marked "Exhibit 
A" and is prayed to be read as a part of this Petition. 
The property taken in fee simple is outlined in Red on 
the plat aforesaid. 

4. The property to be taken is necessary for the 
constru(;tion. reconstruction, alternation, maintenanM 
and re[»ur of a public sewer project in the City of 
Vir^nia Beach, Virginia, known as Orac^own Stmm 
Project. Bayside Borough. More ipecifloUly. this 
project is for the construction Mid improv«nent of a 
section of said sewn system. u4 «11l include the i^t 
to construct, reconstruct, rqMur, Improve, altn- ud 



^chard H^atthews, Esq. 
Assistant City Attorney 
Municipal Center "^ 

Virginia Beach, VA 23456 



STATE OF VIRGINIA 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, to wit: 

This day Richard H. Matthews personally appeared 
before the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the 
City of Virginia Beach, State of Virginia, and being first 
duly sworn, said that he is attorney for the City of 
Virginia Beach in this proceeding is duly authorized to 
execute the above Petition, and that the matters and 
things stated* therein are true to the best of his 

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-Gtveh (tttdB«ih3^1ifcn{nWs 2hd'i4y 6fhikrch?i^9y^' 

, — — _______ — ^JCathleen B. <kier- 

Notary Public 



My Commission expires: 
April 13, 1981 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a Municipal Corporation, 



Petitioner, 



F. DONALD REID and BONNIE Y. REID 

2268 Elbow Road 

Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 

and 

EDWARD G. FENTRESS, JR., 

HARRY ALDEN FENTRESS. 

JOHN W.FENTRESS. 

CLAUDE H.FENTRESS, JR., 

RAYMOND C. FENTRESS, 

CLIFFORD DORMAN FENTRESS, 

and MARGARET E. BABER, 

heirs of C.H. Fenuess and R.G. Moore whctte addresses 

are unknown, and if any of them be dead, their 

surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law, devisees and 

assigns, whose names are unknown, and lioi creditors 

of any of said parties, if any there be, and all other 

persons, having an interest in these proceedsing, whose 

names are unknown, all of which partin being herby 

proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 

Defendants. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

STATE OF VIRGINIA 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, to wit: 

This day jjersonally appeared before me Kathleen B. 
Grier. a Notary Public in and for the City of Virginia 
Beach, in the Sute of Virginia, in the City and Sme 
aforesaid, Richard H. Matthews, Agoit and Atutmey 
for the City of Virginia Beach, who first beii^ duly 
sworn matte oath and safai: 

That fai the above styled cause p«uling in the Orcuit 
Court of the City of Virginia Beuh. tiM addresses of 
Edward O. Fentren. Jr., Hory Akto FtMnu, J(^ 
W. Foitr^, Clau<k H. Fatren. Jr., iUymcml C. 
Feitress, Clifford Dorman Fentren and Mai^r^ E. 
Baber. heirs of C.H. Foitrett mi R.G. Moon, are 
unknown and the mam and wi^m of tMr 1^ 
creditors, if any thov be, are unknown tihet diM 
dUifcnce haviiv been oaed by or on behitf of the 
p^o^ ^ ai^ruibi hi iHm eoam » eorpon^Om 
they ornv of than may be, witlKnit succeii. and tlie 



STATE WATER CONTROL BOARD 
Tidewater Regional Office 
287 Pembroke Office Park 
Suite 310 Ponbroke No. 2 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 

Telephone: 804/499-8742 

APPLICATION FOR NATIONAL POLLUTANT 

DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) 

PERMIT TO DISCHARGE TO STATE WATERS 

AND 

APPLICATION FOR STATE CERTIHCATE UNDER 

SECTION 62. 1-44.2 

ET.SEQ.OFTHECODE 

OF VIRGINIA (1950). AS 

AMENDED 



Public Notice Number: VA-TRO-M-0138 ^ 

The following discharger has applied for an NPDES 
Permit and State Certificate to discharge treated 
wastewaters into the waters of the Qmimonwealth of 
Virginia. 



Bay Restaurant, Inc. 

T/A Blue Pete's 

1400N. Muddy Creek Road 

Box 7157 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 23456 

Permit No. VA0064572 

Flow: .007 MGD 

Receiving Stream: 
Muddy Creek, a tributary to North Bi^; Chowan and 

Dischargei Proposed Domestic JMscharge - 



The permittee treats sewage conveyed to the treatment 
facilities. 

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STATEMENT OF CONOmON 

ASOF 

DECEMBER 31, IfTI 



ASSETS 



Mortgage Loam and Otha* Liens on 

Real Esute $35,087,227 

All Other Uttns 3.372.637 

Cash on Hand and in Banks 895.924 

Investmentt and Securittes 5.766.445 

Fixed Asseu Less Depreciation 496.798 

Deferred Charges and Other Assets 2.276.219 

Total AsMts $47,895,250 



LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH 

Savings Accounts $37,738,766 

Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank . . . 4,100,000 

Other Borrowed Mon^ 15,750 

Loans in Process 3,073.013 

Other LiaMlities 1,403.786 

Specific Reserves. 1,033,135 

General Reserves $338,757 

Surplus 190.043 528,800 

Total UaMHtictaiid NM Wertli $47,895,250 

Mnnber Federal Savinp and Loan Insurance Corp. 
Federal Home Loan Bank System 

Virginia Beach Fecial Savings and Loan Association 

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INVITATION TO BID 

Virginia Beach City PubUc ScNxMs will accept Bids on 
Boiler and Machimry Inwrance to be effective July I. 
1979. 

SpedrKations may be obtained from and bids must be 
received in the office of Industrial Insurance 
Management Corporation, P.O. Box 6112. Richmond. 
Virginia 232M: Telephone: l-8(»<-)93-9ll3. Attention 
Mr. R.L. Fisher, no later than 12:00 Ncbn, June 8, 
1979. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH SUND WEDNtSDAY. MARC^H 21, 1979 13 



Vfrginia Bfseh Public NoticM cont'd 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



TT»e r^ular me^ihjg of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Co^ncil Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, April 9, 
1979, at L:(n p.m., at which time the following 
aM>licatidns will be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 

1. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Samuel I. White for 
a Change of Zoning District Classification from A-1 
Apartment District to B-4 Resort-Commercial District 
on certain property located at the Southeast intersection 
of 28th Street and Arctic Avenue, running a distance of 
350 feet along the South side.of 28th Street, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 350 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 140 feet along 
the East side of Arctip Avenue. Said parcel contains 
1.12 acres. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

KENfPSVlLLE BOftbUGH: 

'2- '■' ■/:■ ,' " 

An Ordinance upon Application of John L. Wood, 
Olive Estelle Wood, Urry A. Reynolds and G. Sharon 
Reynolds for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-4 Residential District to B-2 Community- 
Business District pn certain property located at the 
southeast intersection of Kempsville Road and 
Bonnydale Road, running a distance of 210 feet along 
the East side of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 
420 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 115 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a^^isumee of 1?6.33 feet in t Korthv^srerly 
direction, running a distance of 190.2 feet in a Northerly 
direction and running a distance of 180 feet along the 
South side of Bonnydale Road. Said {»rcel contains 
1.76 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



3. 

An Ordinance upon Application of < Virginia Dennis 
McGee for a Change of ^ing C^trict Classification 
from R-6 Residential EMstrict to R-8 Residential District 
on certain property located on the West side of Lynn 
Shores Drive beginning at a point 241.7 feet South of 
LampI Avenue, running a distance of 80.50 feet along 

mmvMmseofmfmtaoagtheWtS^nlll^il^id 
rtmning a distance of 232.0^ feet along the Northern 
property llnisV Said^ parcel 'contains .42 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

4. ■ 

An Ordinance upon Application of Eric C. and Patricia 
F. Smith for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-5 Residentid District to 0-1 Office District on 
certain property JcKated on the Sou0 side of Larry 
Avenue beginning at a point 100 feet more or less East 
of Newtown Road, running a distance of 90.07 feet 
along the South side of Larry Avenue, running a 
distance of 135.36 feet akm^ the Eas«rn property liiw, 
runniiig a distance of 101.16 feet iriong the Southern 
property line and running a. distance of 133.24 feet 
along the W«tern property line. Said parcel contains 
.24 ?U3-e. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



■ 11.66 feet in an Easterly direcii99 and funning a 
distance of 27.41 lieet in a Ndrti«rly dir«:tion. Said 
_ parcel contains .96 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 

7. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Greenco 
Corporation for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
recneational fadMty of an outdoor nature (amusement 
park) on certain property located on the East side of 
Atlantic Avenue beginning at the Southern boundary of 
31st Street, running a distance of 60 feet along the East 
side of Atlantic Avenue, rurniing a tHstance of 150 f0 
along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
60 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 150 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said i»rcel contains .2 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

8. 

Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 

to amend and reordain Article 7, Section 71 1 of the 

Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to use 

regulations in the H-2 Resort Hotel District. More 

detailed information is available in the Department of 

Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
De|»rtmeni of Planning. 

Ruth H.Smith 
City Clerk 

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This notice is to hereby 
inform you of the 
disolving partnership 
known as: Claude W. 
Watkins, Jr. / Jeffoy L. 
Christian, t/AC & W 
PdintmgA Wallpaper 
Claude ^. Witltlnsr jr. 
will hereby not be held 
responsible for any debts 
incurred by C ft W 
Painting ft Wallpaper as 
ofFebniary23. 1979. 

Claude W. Watkins, Jr. 



Campbell 

210 Benjamin Street 
Greenwood, South 
Carolina 29646 

ORDER 



the above named infant, 
CHRISTOPHER LANE 
BALL (o 

CHRISTOPHER LANE 
RODRIGUEZ, and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
GLORIA MARIE BALL; 
a natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident of 
the !$tate of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
address being: 192 
Mcrriman Avenue, 
Ashvilie, North Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said GLORIA 
MARIE BALL appear 
before this Court on or 
before May 7, 1979 and 
indicate her attitude 
toward the proposed 
change of name or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Richard E. Payne, p.q. 
Attorney At Law 
4310 Indian River Road 
Chesapeake, VA 23325 

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the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
in excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Rt. 5, Box 313, Chapel 
Hill, North Carolina 
27514. 

It is ordered that 
Beverly Jane Coble Day 
do appear on or before the 
1st of May, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Linda Noel Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 

John B. Gaidies, p.q. 
15 Stoney Point 
700 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 

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Linda Noel Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 

Henry M. Schwan, p.q. 
1600 Va. National Bank 
Building 
Norfolk. Va. 

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fti the derk's bffi^j/^ 
the „.jCrty, of, ^Viii^nia 
Be«:h, on theJ5tb^h^of 
March, 1979. — ™— 

Anne Mathews Gaskins, 
Plaintiff, against Steven 
Lewis Gaskins, 

Defoidant. 



Ah Ordinance upon Application of the City of Virginia 
Beach for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from B-2 Community^Business District to A-l 
Apartment District on ceruan propoiy located 350 feet 
South of Virginia Beach Boulevard, b<^nning at a point 
1290 feet more or less East of proveland Road, running 
a distance of 971.51 feet along the Western property 
line, rui|ning a distance of 690 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of ^ feet in a 
Northeasteriy direction, running a distance of 280 feet 
in {| Northerly direction, running a distance of 50 feet 
moft or less in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 246.^ feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 230.98, feet , in a Northerly 
dii^lion^ running armind a curve in a N<mheasta-ly 
direction a distance of 1,38. 13 fed, running a distance of 
106.78 feet In a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 320.52 feet along the Northern property line, 
running a distance qf 84.60 feet in a SouthwMterly 
direction ami runrifng a distmce of 170.26 feet in a 
Northwesto-ly direction. Said parcel is a ptxtkm of R(»e 
Hall and contains 13.6 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

' The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
.of the Sute of Virginia, 
the last known pmt office 
address being c/o Eldon 
Gaskins, Bust on, North 
Carolina (P.O. Box 67) it 
is ordered that Steven 
Lewis Gaskins do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
May, 1979, and do wiMt 
may be necessary to 
IMTOtect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerii 

Joy A. Johans«i 

Deputy CSerk 



This 4iy ofine Robert 
William Moran and 
Marlene Helen Davis 
Hosklns Moran, 

Petitioners. and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the «loption of the 
above named infant, 
Relenda Dawn Hoskins, 
by Rt^mrt William Motan 
and Marlene Helen Davis 
Hoskins Moran, husband 
aQd lufe, aiwi affidiavit 

fiiecl^Att OooaM fiugfene 
Campbell, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 210 Benhamin 
Street, Greenwood, South 
Carolina 29646. 



Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
15th day of March, 1979 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 15th day of March, 
1979. 

Sandra Lou Blake 
Williams, Plaintiff, 
against 

Paul Michael Richardson- 
Williams, Defendant. 

ORDER^OF ^ 



It is therefore Ordend 
that the said Donald 
Eugene Campbell -ippear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
nntter. 

a copy teste: 

Jbhn V. Fentress 

Clerk 

ViiiiQia L, Co^ran, p.q. 
Suite 201 Konpsville 

Plaza OfflbeBuildiiig 
404 South Parliament 

Drive 
Virgiiiia Beach. Va. 23462 



Re: Estate of Donald 
Kalman Levin, deceased 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing to the 
Court that a report of the 
accounts of Virginia 
National Bank. Executor 
of the Estate of Donald 
Kalman Levin, deceased, 
and of the debts and 
demands against his estate 
has been filed in the 
CJIerk'r Office Y>f tbls 
Court, and that six 
months have elapsed since 
the qualification, on 
motion of the said 
Vir^ia National Bank, 
Executor. 

It is ordered that the 
creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the estate do 
show cauM, if any they 
can, at 10:00 a.m. on the 
30th day of March, 1979, 
before this Court at its 
courtroom, against the 
payment and delivery of 
the Estate of Donald 
Kalman Levin, deceased, 
to the legatees without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

It is further ordered 
that, this Order prior to 
the above date set for 
hearing, be published once 
a week for two successive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, newspaper 
having a general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach. 



PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
of more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
'C^t No. 1 <Jolden Yartl. 
Sk^f Cottage, 

Hampstead-Heath. Lo"- 
don, S.W. 4. 

It is ordered that Paul 
Michael Richardson- 
Williams do appear on or 
before the 4th of May, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary tg protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Alexander P. Smith, p.q. 

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Virginia: In the Clerk'.s 
Office of the Circuii 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
!4th day of March, 1979. 

In Chancery #079-437 

In re: Adoption of Michelle 
Kay Poepperling 

By: James Francis and 
Beverly Kay Grogltsky, 
Petitioners 

To: Gerald Ernest 

Poepperling 

505 Arroyo Del Sol 

Alberquerque, New Mexico 

ORDER 

This day came James 
Francis Grogltsky and 
Beverly Kay Grogltsky, 
Petitioenrs, and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named Infant, 
Michelle Kay Poepperling. 
by James Francis 
Grogltsky and Beverly 
Kay Grogltsky, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
iflg been madc^and 
filed that Gerald Ernest 
Poepperling, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 505 Arroyo Del 
Sol, Alberquerque, New 
Mexico. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Gerald Ernest 
Poepperling appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after piiyipatioic^ftf/ 
tMAiQ^kt «air>^HIJ£ite? 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 



Bates app^r before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Thomas A. Connor, p.q. 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

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Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
14th day of March, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of Ronald 
Earl Dennis 

By: James Francis and 
Beverly Kay Grogltsky, 
Petitioners 

To: Donald Dean Dennis 
City of Wichita Falls, 
Texas 

In Chancery #C79-437 

, ORDER 



Thomas A. Connor, p.q. 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

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This day came James 
Francis Grogltsky and 
Beveriy Kay Grogltsky, 
Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Ronald pari Dennis, by 
James Francis Grogitsky 
and Beverly Kay 
Grogitsky, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Donald Dean Dennis, a 
natural parent of said 
jchiJfL is a nonrresident of. 

'.sbnisim o» vntiiiM; mt 

last known post'oifice 
address being: City of- 
Wlchita Falls, Texas. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Donald £)ean 
Dennis appear before this 
court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 



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Tom C. Smith, p.q. 
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CONDITIONAL USE PERISIIT: 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



An (^^nance upon Af^ication of National Pri<^ 
Equipment, Inc., for a Comfitional Use Permit for a ag 
waA Mi exnnn property located m the &uth ride of 
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feet WRt of R<»em(Mit RoM, running a <fotance of 
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BouletvnI. running a distaMe of 123 J9 fem ak^ the 
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tfof^ tN Soutimn pn^crty liiw, running a lUstamx of 
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Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
15th (toy of March, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
R^mia Dawn Hoskim, A 
female infant, and the 
change of name of saM 
infant to: RdemJbi Dawn 
h^ran. 

By: Robert WilUam 
MoFHimdMartaw»MeB 
Davis NMkte Mwaa, 
Ntiti<Ni0s. 

To: DonaM Eugene 



Virginia: In the Gerk's 
office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia B«ich, On the 
16th day of March, 1979. 

In Re: Chan^ of nunc (rf 
Oiristc^hCT Lane Ml to 
Christopher Lane 
Rodriguez 

By: Eula Bryan 
Rodriguer, Petitiona- 

To: Gloria Marie Ball 
l9?M(^rrtnan A'^hk 
AsHvllIe, North 
Canriimfe 

OROSR 

Tkn Aiy eune EULA 
B^YAN RODRIGUEZ. 
Paldiopar, and 

iiliilMiaoatlwtheob^ 
of this pro»«)ing is to 
efTectadMiifeoriMiiiefrf 



A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
D^utyOerk 

1 Ask for This: 

David P.L. Berry, p.q. 

1414 First Virginia Bank 

Tower 

Norfolk, Va. 23510 

3/21,3/28 



In the Ckrk's Office of 
the Orcuh Court of the 
City of Vi^nia Beach, on 
the 14th day of March, 
1979. 

John Copdand Day, 
Plaintiff, 
against C79-1 19 
Beverly JaiwCoble Day, 
Defendant. 

ORKROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo nMrimonii from 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1 5th day of March, 
1979. 

Patricia Marie Plaver 
Kober, Plaintiff, 
against C79-460 
Albert John Kober, Jr., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro, to be later 
merged into a vinculo 
nutrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of constructive 
desertion and/or cruelty. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office tMre^ being 
c/o Albert John Kober. 
Sr., Route 2, Box 194, 
Cfownsville, Maryland 
21032. 

It is orttered that Albert 
John Kober, Jr. do appear 
on or before the 7th of 
May, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
(Motect his intnest in this 
suit. 



By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Virginia: In the Clerk's Deputy Clerk 
Office of the Circuit 

Court of the City of Thomas A. Connor, p.q. 
Virginia Beach, on the 4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
14th day of March, 1979. Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 



In re: Adoption of Donald 
Dwayne Bates 

By: James Francis and 
Beverly Kay Grogitsky. 
Petitioners 

To: Sgt. James Garnet 
Bates. S/S 1376-60-2164 
c/o I C56/DPMAC 
Langley Air Force Baje. 
Virginia 23665 ^ 

ORDER 



3/21.3/28.4/4,4/11 



A cofqr-Teste: 
J<rtmV. Fentress. Clerk 



This day came James 

Francis Grogitsky and 

Beverly Kay Grogitsky, 

Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 

of this proceeding is to 

effect the adoption of the 

above named infant, 

Donald Dwayne Bates, by 

James Francis Grogitsky 

and Beverly Kay 

Grogitsky, husband and 

wife, and affidavit having 

been made and filed that 

James (jamet Bates, a 

natural parent of said 

child, b a non-resident of 

the State of Virginia, the 

last known post office 

address being: c/o 1 CS6 : 

DPMAC. Langley Air 
Force Base, Virginia 
23665. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Jama GariM 



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432LyiuiShoKtDr. 
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440 Lyn Shores Dr. 
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1929 ^uistictiii Pkwy. 
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SOm Booaey Rd. 
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2221Gr«cnwdlRd. 
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2317Seato<udRd. 
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3614 Normandy Ave. 
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212 Presidential Uvd. 
Judy Jordan 

232 Presidential Blvd. 
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41 17 Thorott^igood Dr. 
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3361 Dandelion Cres. 
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609 Thalia Pt.Rd. 
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617 Thalia Pt.Rd. 
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629 Thalia Rd. 
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319 Thalia Rd. 
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1304 Dd>aul Way 

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104 Lancaster Ct. 
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3013 Gentry Rd. 
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1^4 Geranium Cres. 
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1221 Geranium Qcs. 
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4029 Sherwood U. 
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3409 num Cres. 
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4920 Admiration La. 

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230Mi^Rd. 
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271MaysRd. 
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2104 Admiral Dr. W. 
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3829 Wm.Penn Blvd. 
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3145 Wm.Penn Blvd. 
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3106 Wra.Penn Blvd. 
John E. Harris 

3343 Boyd Rd. 
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3320 Boyd Rd. 
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5I3DelkQ. 
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S25DeikQ. 
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2301 Seaboard Rd. 
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IOI3BriarwoodPt. 
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1032 Briarwood Pt. 
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5321 Basilica a. 
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3227 Lakecrest Dr. 
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3644 Thalia Or. 
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3677-nialiaDr. 
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3529 Bow OvefcBKd. 
LeoSuamers 

6333 Barnard Way 
P.L. O'OmneU 

44ICaialinaAve. 
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506CBlaHnaAve. 
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27Q5CkaterforeAQ. 
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27I7ClMAerfomtCt. 
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4142BooMyRd. 



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3746 Snaqurhina Dr. 
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2104 Odcken Valley Rd. 
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772naeLake 

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160 Thdia Pt.Rd. 
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4629PCMiOa*La. 
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3936 Brentwood Cres. 
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312 Lynn Shores Dr. 
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3709LynnfieldDr. 
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3729LynnriddDr. 
Mr. Walter D. Shields 

711 Crystal Lane 
G. Martin ^d 
404Ceda?Lane 
» GeneR. Dozler 

2313 Indian River Rd. 
H.R. Moore 

908 Donation Dr. 
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4812CullenRd. 
S.C. Simmons 

l467EwellRd. 
Bessie O.Paul 

1404 Claudia Dr. 

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261 South Plaza Trail 

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270 South Plaza Trail 

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4413 Powell's Point 
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5504 Odessa Dr. 
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5521 Odessa Dr. 
Mrs. Dollie Vaughan 

5536 Odessa Dr. 
Mn. Lawrence Parker 

5560 Odessa Dr. 
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3032 OleTowne Lane 
Thomas Clancy 

3856 Forrester La. 
Roosevelt H. Cuffee 

3940 Brentwood Cres. 
Klaus P. Schoenhoff 

5525 Forest View Dr. 
Charles D. Barrett 

704 Forrest Tr. L. 
Jack E. Harcourt 

749 Forrest TrL. 
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l29WaverlyDr. 
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3609 Forrester La. 
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3612 Forrester La. 
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3 12 Overlook Q. 
LaVare McGure 
"^ 3629 Forrester La. 
W.A. Beamon 

601 Green Valley Dr. 
S.E. Anderson 

1721 Greenhouse Dr. 
Grant C. Murray 

505GreencastleLa. 
Robert D. Jasper 

179 Green Kemp Rd. 
Mr. John C. Green Jr. 
'' 1140 Olive Rd. 
Mrs. Virginia E. Spruil},. 

ll4IOUveRd. 

Mr. D.S. Dudley 

1144 Olive Rd. 

Mr. Jones Rogerson 

— l200CHiveRd. 

C.W. Dorsey 

3705 Forrest Glm Rd. 
Mrs. Tierney 

3521 W. Coral Key 
William Woody 
5564 Forest View Dr. , 
Richard S. Early 
1213 Flobert Dr. 

Douglas G. Lebert 

3536 Petunia Cres. 
Wm. C. Smith 

1917 Indian Run Rd. 
Corthious Williams 

3169 Indian River Rd. 
RocheU Walke 

3844 Indian River Rd. 
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3045 Gentry Rd. 
Roger E. Proes 

1217 Geranium Cres. 
James W. Brown 

1 125 Geranium Cres. 
Ms. Blood 

1 101 Geranium Cres. 
Jack H.Peach 
464 Flint Ct. 
David Kuyk 

3533 Forest Glen Rd. 
James N. Williams 

1237 Geranium Cres. 
James A. Wood 

3809 Thalia Dr. 
George Smith 

215 Thalia Rd. 
A.E. Harrington 

200 Great Meadows Ct 
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325 Presidential Blvd. 
J.W. Hall 

41 13 Thalia Dr. 
Louise Collins 

644 Robbins La. 
John Ford 

6:H)RobbensRd. 
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40SRoU>insU. 
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416 Robbins La. 
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420 F^lican La. 
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3425 Plum Cres. 
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412 Prince of Wales Dr. 
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621 Prince Phillip Dr. 
Joseph E. Peek 

912 General Stuart Dr. 
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917 General Sti^ Dr. 
Robert Ulerick 

3033 Gentry Rd, 
P.J. Cooney 
3012 Bow Creek Blvd. 

Edward Keiger 

3805 Wm.Penn Blvd. 
Fred C.Hall 

244 Palace Green Blvd. 
Anthony Sabettini 

3709 KiivPt Arch 
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3728KinpPl.Ardi 



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3809 Brentwood Cres. 
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4l04ClintwoodLa. 
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4 120 Clint wood La. 
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4l33ClintwoodLa. 
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lOOChancellor Dr. 
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4953BlackfootCr. 
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3717 Bedford Lane 
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3724 Colonial Parkway 
Glenn Head 

408 ayne Lane 
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409 Oyne Lane 
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433 Qyne Lane 
George Fuller 

3300 Skipper Dr. 
Kathy Shaw 

3941 W. Colonial Parkway 
Richard Crabtree 

445 Crossett St. 
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463 Barcelona La. 



CD. Wicker 

4600 Hessian Rd. 
Robert B. Gibson 
- 5616 Elgin Rd. 
Paul Michael 

468 Holbrook Rd. 
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3849 Cumberland Pkwy 
Roland Chabot 

465 Banxlona La. 
Bruce Helzo^ 

467 Barcelona La. 
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3512 Barry St. 
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3525 Barry St. 
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3545 Barry St. 
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321 1 Lake Crest Rd. 
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3008 Ash Lawn Ter. 
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3025 Ash Lawn Ter. 
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5004 Regina Lane 
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3100 Lynn Acres Rd. 



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620 Cooper Kettle Dr. 
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37l2FilmoreRd. 
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845 Hopwood La. 
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865 Hopij^ood La. 
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31 16 Lynn Acres Rd. 
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605 E. Lynn Shores dr. 
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629 E.Lynn Shores Or. 
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^OW. Lynn Shores Or. 
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616 Lynn Shores Dr. 
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609 Pinetree Dr. 
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649 Pinetree Dr. 
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708PiiwtreeDr. 
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712 Pinetree Dr. 
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737 Pinetree Dr. 



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3601StarlighterDr. 
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4467 Ashwood Lane 
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734 Arthur Ave. 
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6605 Pinewood Q. 
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656 Piney Pt.Rd. 
Donald G. Wizeman 
633 Piiwy Pt.Rd. 
L.R. EatcNi 

820 Plainsman Ct. 
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600 Piping Rock Rd.S. 
Frank J. Hofancs 

2301 Phmtation Dr. 
Oiarles R. Simpson 

330IWaterma^Rd. 
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2513 Lynriver Dr. 
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208 Lynriver Dr. 
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43l2LynnvilleCres. 



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557 Forest Views Dr« 
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2504 Long Creek Dr. 
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2513 Longleaf Court 
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680 East Coral Key 
J.B. Spry 

4321 LynnvilleCres. 
D.S. WUHard 

4344 Lynnville Cres. 
CarlE. ManbyJr. 

4357 Lynnville Cres. 
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1213 Lynnwood Dr. 
L.D. Lowton 

1225 Lynnwood Dr. 
D.M. Anderson 

219 78th St. 
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211 79th St. 
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3921 Thalia Dr. 
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505 Thalia Rd. 
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3405 Edinburgh Dr. 



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513 Lancelot Court 

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165 S. Plaza Trail 

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3600 S. Gladstone Arch 

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428CroninRd. 
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412BffiontRd. 
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437 Usik Terrace 
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3220 Lark St. 
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3853 Lamite Ave. 
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4200 Lookout Rd. 
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4213 Lookout Rd. 
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They've invented ' a 
name for them: junk calls. 
It would be wonderful if 
they were as easy to get rid 
of as junk mail, but you 
can't throw a voice Into 
the waste basket. 

The other evening 
turned out to be a junk 
telephone call jamboree, 
when everybody got 
together and made their 
calls within an hour. 

ONE OF THOSE 
We should Imvc Jinown 
it was gfrfng to be one of 
those busy nights because 
my wife was putting a 
corn souffle into the oven. 
She is quite good with her 
souffles and also a bit 
nervous about them. They 
are fragile. 

So it fell on me to 
answer the phone while 
she hovered around the 
oven, peeking inside now 
and then to make sure 
everything was coming up 
all right. The first call 
came at 5:30 p.m: 

He was selling stocks 
and bonds and where he 
got our name I'll never 
know. They say people sell 
mailing lists. If so, the 
company that bought my 
name ought to ask for its 
money back. 

SMOOTH SALESMAN 

Salesmen who sell 

securities d» not inerdy 

ask: "Say, bow about 

buying some Anaconda 



Copper or some Zcrox 
convertible debentures 
today?" 

They are so smooth it 
takes me a while to realize 
where they're coming 
from, as my nephew 
would say. 

Where they're coming 
from, ultimately^ is the 
receiver of our telephone 
and when it finally sinks in 
that they want to send 
investment literature or let 
■ us in on a special purchase 
of tax-free municipals, 
then I must begin a 
fighting withdrawal. 

It is never easy for me. I 
am unable simply to say: 
"No," or "Not 
interested," or "I'm too 
busy to talk." The failing 
is a curse because instead 
of being decisive (even 
though I know I cannot 



say 



•Yes") I make 



groaning sounds, noises of 
despair and n^ativeness. 

'WE'RE EATING' 
"Tell them we're 
eating." TMs sounds like 
good lo^c, «Kept that it 
doesn't work. If you tdl 
them you're bqsy, they'll 
want to know when they 
can can back. I go crazy 
When i know a salesman's 
call is coming, I'm so busy 
rehearsing an answer. 

The 6:05 p.m. caller 
asks: Do I have home 
insulation or am I un- 
American? Am I allowing 
precious energy to escape 
through my attic? Am I 
helping the Arabs's 
balance of payments 
without thinking? The 



reason they're asking is 
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our neighborhood next 
week and they can offer a 
special rate. 

OLD DODGE 

This dodge ht so old. 
Construction people are 
always working in our 
neighborhood when they 
call. The equipment wUI 
he convenient to pour 
asphalt on our driveway, 
Mow out our fomd idr 
furnace or spray paint the 
house. 

Thinking of the sagging 
souffle (and my wife) 
waiting at the table, I 
decided to lie. No more 
besting around half 
truths. A clean severing 
stroke at last. 

I told the man we were 
selling our house. He 
pushed me a little bit, 
wondering why, and I 
said, "Personal reasons," 
implying some dark, 
secret family problems. 

He backed off 
beautifully. I intended to 
lie more. I'll tell the 
broker I lost my job 
(knock on wood) and the 
trash bag man that my 
brother-in-law is in the 
business. 

Back at the table she 
said, 'IWhy do you bother 
with them? Jtisttell them, 
'No'." A hard woman, 
but she makes a beautiful 
souffle. 



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abbreviation for teletypewriter. 

This assistance is made possible by a device that 
electronically connects a telephone receiver to either a 
television screen and keyboard or to a teletypewriter, 
the taxpayer first calls the IRS TTY headquarters in 
Indianapolis over a nationwide toll-free number. He or 
she then connects the telephone receiver to the TTY and 
types a question using the keyboard. The IRS answers 
using the same method. 

For most states, the TTY toll-free number is 800^28- 
4732. For Indiana it is 800-382-4059. There is no TTY 
service for Hawaii and Alaska. 

Interested taxpayers should contact a local social 
service agency about TTY hook-up if they know of no 
locally available systems. 

The IRS said that these special telephone numbers 
should only be used in connection with the TTY system. 



ChoosinfaL 
frepartr 

The IRS tries to make 
» lik* forms' and 
instructions less 
complicated so that more 
taxpayers can prepare 
their own returns. 
However, some taxpayers 
may require a professional 
tax return preparer to do 
the work for them. 



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preparers to sign returns 
they prepare and include 
their identification 
numbers. Taxpayers 
should double check their 
returns for these 
requirements and be sure 
to get a copy of the final 
return from the preparer. 



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PRODUCTS 

MEMBERSHIP 

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DISTRIBUTORS 

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428-0823 

KEMPSVILLE 

497-6304 

CHESAPEAKE 

545-2978 



NOTICE TO THE PUBUC BEGABDING REVISIONS TO RULES 
CONTROLUNG CONNECTION OF NEW GAS CUSTOMERS, ETC. 

After notice and public hooring the State Corporation CommiMion earlier 
adopted "Natural On Priraritiea and Rules" which, anong other things, 
promcrte gas oonaerration and prescribe the order in idiidi sorvice to customers 
will be reduced, cur terminated if necessary, when gae supplies are inadequate to 
meet the requirements of all custcnnnrs. 

Now, the Commission's Staff has proposed certain revisions to the rules. A 
primary revision 9mM give the gas companies tiie opportumty to amnect new 
customers and to sell addttioul fas to their present custiHQers. The Staff 
proposes a new rule tdiich provides: 

RULE 

"Any gas company intending to amend its tarifb that control iww 
customer additioiM <» increasee in Hm gas kad ci existing customen 
shall file such revised tariff at iMMt 45 iayt priof to the proposed ef- 
fective date. The Company shall in additiim file informatiMi to show: 

(a) Hie additional ^8 kwd to be added WKler Uie revised tariff. 

(b) An estinu^ erf the cost df «iy eipanMon in facilities to serve the 
addititaial cai^ammt load, if the ^>anak» requires plant additiras 
othor than swvice extaMkua from nudn lues, and 

(c) An assesnsent <rf the effect id the pnpoted load additicms on 
ezutii^ pn emUMUK s with respect to b^ coet of service and 
rehiMlity of Movioe. 

If, at the wid (rf45 ^1^ the CotniHMaltwi 1ms not otherwise cmteed, 
the proposed tariff wHncms shall ^ Into dEict" 

A (»py oi the prqxmd revised rahs mi "I«tataral Gss Priority and Rules" 
may be revievwd in any offices of the |^ otHnpttoy whoe custonwr gas bills may 
bepdd. 

If, after review ot tiM {wi^Msed aBMmdmenta to the |m(»rities «id ruks, any 
inteiested perstn ^^sa to oooa^ m au^ l^i^osed ameiMlii^ito tlwn tl^ir 
i^Dunents ^niM be filed a s^^g i^ ^ OMunk^w m or baton A^ 16, 
1979. The writtm ooouBenta AouU be addraiMd to William C. Yoing. Ckrk, 
State Corporation Commissinn, P.O. &» 1197, ^Hw*H. Vir^Ha 2^00. The 
written com mnt iicBt ioB sb^ald diow that the mkleet » "Natural Gas Pt^Him 
and Rules" - Case Ifo. 20104. 

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TIRKD OF CLOWNING 
AROUND? Try hiring 
"Wonder Woman" for 
your parties! Children 
love it! Reasonable rates. 
489-7447. 2-tf 



LEIGH PHOTO- 

GRAPHIC SERVICE 

Weddings and Groiips our 
specially. Alburiis and 
charge plans available. 
Write P.O. Box 15007, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320, 
482-1312. 2-tf 



DON'T BE A SPEEDER 

Drive with care, don't 
be a speeder, you might 
run over a want ad reader! 



PARTY FUN - Add 

electrifying fun to your 
next party or dance with a 
realistic TV super hero. 
Get fun for all ages. 
Wonder Woman, 
Spiderman, Superman, 
The Incredible Hulk, 
Bafeman/Robin, Dr. 
Strange, available 
exclusively through Image 
Master Attractions of Va. 
For availability and rates 
phone 489-7447 10 a.m.- 
10 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 397- 
8837 10 a.m.-4 p.m. only 
Mon.-Fri. or write Image 
Master Attractions, P.O. 
Box 506, Portsmouth, Va. 
23707. 2-tf 



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, NOW BUYING 

HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 



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HOME SERVICES 



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Room Additions 
Aluminum Siding 
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Kitchen Remodeling 

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OIL PAINTING 

REPRODUCTIONS, I 

will reproduce any photo 
into oil painting. 421- 
7544. Uf 

GERALDINE BRISCOE 

was your maiden name. 
We have had no contact 
with you for 25 years. We 
do not know your present 
name - Please call your 
younger sister collect, Rita 
Briscoe Gamaldi. 516-475- 
1979. 2-5-2 

Q S UNIFORMS have 
moved from Battlefield 
Executive Center to 
COLLEGE PARK 
SQUARE II - Nationally 
advertised brands - come 
in/compare. 420-4950. 

2-4-4 



CARS -1975 Dodge Dart - 
air conditioned. #6 
inspection sticker $1800. 
And a 1974 Ford 
Maverick 3 speed. A/C #3 
inspection sticker. $1550. 
Evenings. 464-6357. 6 

73 OLDS-CUTLESS 
SUPREME Air 

conditioned, Automa'tic 
Transmission, Power 
steering and brakes. 
AM/FM radio, good 
condition, good tires, new 
battery-MUST SELL. 
853-7643 or 853-3828. 

6-3-28 



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HEAR YEA! HEAR 
YEA! COME TO THE IN 
HOUSE SALE AT 1025 
S. Battlefield Blvd. Chesp. 
1 mile south of Great 
Bridge High School, on 
the left. Saturday, the 
24th of March. 9 a.m. till 
6 p^m. Call 482-1768 for 
directions. Clothes, 
gla^arci many useful 
items. 3-21-79 



73 FORD VAN ■ E200. 
CARPETED, ice box, and 
sink. 302 straight shift. 
Radial tires. $1500. Days - 
547-5755 Nights 420-2552. 
6-4-11 

FORD TORINO 

WAGON - 1969, low 
mileage, brand new tires. 
Black with wood trim. 
$495. or make offer. 545- 
6933 anytime, 6-4-11 

FORD LTD WAGON - 

1969, 429 V8 engine. New 
rear tires, original 
upholstery, A/C. 
Excellent! 3 miles from 
Northwest River Park, 
421-9567. 6-4-11 



BATTLEFIELD MOT- 
ORS 449 N. Battlefield 
Blvd. now serving Great 
Bridge - featuring 
transportation specials - 
your second car 
Headquarters - Grand 
Opening DISCOUNTS. 
547-7800. 6-3-28 

FORD 1976 CUSTOM 
500, Vinyl top, air 
conditioned, power 
steering, cruise control - 
good tires. Excellent 
Condition. Priced Right! 
420-4631; 6-3-28 

CORVETTE - 1975 

Excellent condition. T 
top. Air, all power. Low 
mileage. Brown with all 
leather interior. A real 
knock out! S6800. 499- 
5342. 6-3-21 

BUICK - 1976, Park 
Lane, 225 Limited. 
Company Executive 
automobile with 50,000 
miles. Fully loaded. In 
above average condition. 
Newly painted Silver. 
Maroon crushed velvet 
interior. Extensive list of 
options. Contact Jim 
Gasser 340-2477 between 
8:30 and 5. 6-3-28 



ROLL fiberglass matting, 
brass water pump and 
cooler, brass rudder, brass 
valve and nipples. Various 
sizes and lengths of brass, 
bronze and stainless steel 
screws. 545-0902. 11-3-28 

SEA RAIDER - New, 24 
foot cuddy cabin. Deep 
design dcean hull, fully 
loaded. 250 H.P. CMC 
SPECIAL $9950. Diesel 
available. KENNY'S 547- 
5444. 712 Oak Grove Rd. 
11-3-28 



CAL-21 FIBERGLASS 
SLOOP swing keel, 6 HP 
OBM. Main and Jib sails, 
head, trailer. Sleeps 4. 
Excellent condition. ,428- 
8422. 11-4-4 



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1977 17Vj Fl. Prowler 
travel trailer. One owner. 
Used 5 times. Sleeps 6. 
PERFECT! $3,000. 424- 
9190 7-3-28 

1976 CHEVROLET PICK 
UP TRUCK - 28,000 
miles. New tires, just 
tuned, AM/FM radio, 
power steering and 
brakes. AUTOMATIC. 
Scottsdale Series, 6 
cylinder. $3200. Or best 
offer. Call 482-1768 after 
4 p.m. 7-3-28 

» ' , 

CHURCH SCHOOL BUS 
- Excellent condition. Go 
get those kids in this 20 
seat 1966 GMC Bus. Very 
Reasonable!! 547-5755 or 
420-2552. 7-4-11 



ADVERTISING SALES 

representatives - If you. are 
looking for a career 
Opportunity that is 
challenging and 

rewarding, we have a 
position that may interest 
you. You will w<wk from 
our offices on Battlefield 
Blvd. and Rosemont Road 
where you will learn many 
phases of the community 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
learn. You must have a 
sales background and 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fuUtime 
position with Bylerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the' Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Please write Sheldon 
Kelly, Bycrly 

Publications, P.O. Box 
1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
233^. l3-tf 



WANTED - Ambitious - 
self starter who likes to 
meet people. No 
experience or education 
required. We train. Call 
482-3195 before 9 a.m. or 
between 4 and 7 p.m. 

13-4-4 

I NEED SOMEONE who 

will clean my house 
(Hickory) I day every 
other week or 1/2 day 
each week at $2.00 per 
hour. Must have own 
transportation. Please call 
421-9725. after 5:30 p.m. 
13-tf 



^ Oriental^ 
Rugs 



WANTED 

ANY CONDITION 

— Kimr Pay Casir 



OUR TRUCK WILL PICK UP AND PAY 

YOU CASH FOR YOUR OLD ORIENTAL 

RUGS! 

PHONE NORFOLK 

804-461-3834 

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COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 
FOR 

People planning Homes 
& Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE 
333 Providence kd. 

CAU 464-9317 



LOCAL TOUCH 

No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everyday life of your 
community ni9re, than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 



TIRED OF 

HOUSEWORK? Naed 
extra income? Earn 
$6./ 10.00 per hour 
average working from 
home in Chesapeake in 
Virginia Beach calling on 
customers Phone 
necessary. Use of car 
necessary on occasion. 
Call 425-71 19 

13tf 

SALES HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS - 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful. 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
4040. No investment 
required. 13-tf 

PART TIME/FULL 
TIME. No experience 
necessary. Outside 
solicitation for TV, 
furniture, and stereo salps. 
Men/Women call 583- 
5889. Mr. Jarman. 13-3-21 



lADDITIONSl 

ENCLOSURES 

All Types of Home 
Remodeling 

FREE ESTIMATES 

428-7419 



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RUBBERMADE PARTY 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money! NO 
PACKING, DELIVER- 
ING OR INVESTMENT. 
Sells itself. High 
commission paid. 
Managers needed. 424- 
3843 

1^3-28 

SHARP HOMEMAKER 
PARTY PLAN PEOPLE 

- Experienced Working 
With Other Women??? 
Hire, Train people from 
home 6 months of year. 
Absolutely no investment. 
Training provided. Can 
also manage ' retail 
Christmas Store, Nov. 
Dec. Call Collect, June. 
816-763-7272. TOYS & 
GIFTS HOUSE OF 
LLOYD 13 

CETA - CLERK TYPIST 

I, $6,144 annuallyt 
Individual must have good 
knowledge of office 
terminology with a 
minimum typing speed of 
40 WPM. Completion of a 
standard high school 
course is required. 
Individuals interested in 
being certified for this 
Title II Ceda-position 
contact the Va. 
Employment Commission 
3820 Va. Beach Blvd. Va. 
Beach. Va. 23452 804486- 
1893. 13-3-28 

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Antique 

Emporium 

We buy and sell 

Dealers welcome 

Tum-Sat. 8:30 to S p.m. 

545-2001 



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VETERANS 

PICK UP SERVICE 

HOUSEHOLD DISCARD 

ITEMS 

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461-4938 



CEPA ^.SECRETARY S 

$6,744 annually. 
- 4ndividuaf musttevegood^ 
knowledge of office 
terminology with a 
minimum typing speed of 
40 WPM and Short hand 
speed of 80 WPM or 
dictaphone skills 
completion of a standard 
high school course is 
required. Test required. 
Individuals interested in 
being certified for this title 
1 1 Ceda Position contact 
the Va. Employment 
Commission, 3820 Va. 
Beach Blvd. Va. Beach, 
Va. 23452. 804-486-1893. 
13-3-28 



OWN YOUR OWN 
BUSINESS - Analysts say 
the pet industry will 
skyrocket in the 80's. 
Demand is already 
nationwide. Potential- 
gigantic as a marketing 
company with enuiable 
success. We can share with 
you proven methods and 
training techniques to help 
you cash in on this 
exceptional growth 
opportunity. Earning 
potential— six figures! No 
franchise fee. Send 
personal resume to; 
Fortunate Pet, P.O. Box 
5604, Charlottesville. 
Virginia, 22905. Attn: 
Exect. V.P. 13-3-21 

HELP WANTED - 

NURSE, choose your 
area, shift, patient, in 
home-hospital. CALL 
461-5756 QUALITY 
CARE. Equal opportunity 
employer. 13-4-11 

SHAKLEE - be your own 
boss; no lay offs, free 
training, unlimited 
income. Many fringe 
benefits. Calk 428-0823, 
497-6304 or 545-2978. 

13-4-11 

SOCIAL WORKER - 

College grad with a 
baccalaureate degree and 
a major, sequence, or 
concentration in 
undergraduate prepara- 
tion for social welfare, 
including field experience. 
A yr. of social work 
experience may be 
substituted for the 
required sequence, 
concentration or major, 
but not for a 
baccalaureate degree. 
Should reside in 
Chesapeake, Norfolk, 
Suffolk, Portsmouth, or 
Va. Beach Cities, Va. 
Starting salary $844 per 
month. As vacancies 
occur applicants will be 
considered as they become 
eligible. State application 
for employment forms are 
available from and should 
bci iVMi\M bMi^OQ }^0,J 
March 29, 1979, atlodal > 
Va. Employment 



CAREER SALES 
OPPORTUNITY - with 
Metr<^litan life. Starting 
salary negotiable. 
Excellent opportunity for 
advancement. Outstand- 
ing benefits. Call Mr. 
Spencer, 397-3403. 13-4-^11 

JEWELRY AND GIFTS 
WHOLESALE! Sub 

wholesaler kit SIO. Party 
plan Master Kit SIO. 
Refundable!! Lifetime 
guarantee on Jewelry. 
499-0010 O.C. GIFTS, 
P.O. Box 62282, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23462. 13-4-11 

FREE JEWELRY KIT!! 

Earn high commission. 
Lisa party plan or sell 
direct. Call for free 
catalog and literature on 
Toll Free 800-631-1258. 

13-4-4 



CHILD CARE - Great 
Bridge section of 
Chcnpeake^ Part time or 
full lime. Your child 
would receive best of care. 
Experienced mother, 
references furnished. 547- 
7264. 14-4-11 



■ABY SITTING 

AVAILABLE: Green 
Run, Larkspiy area. 
Day's or nights in my 
home. Experienced. Will 
negotiate prices. 467-5732 
14-3-21 



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ARE YOU AN EXPERT 

at repairing antique 
spinning wheels? If so, 
please call 587-1447 after 6 
p.m. 

I3tf 



GEt INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
ChinchiUa breeding. Small 
investment, large return. 
For appointment, 499- 
3278 between 3:30 and 
7:30 p.m. 15-tf 



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REPORTERS - General 
assignments, features, 
news editing with weekly 
newspapers in Southside 
and Tidewater Virginia. 
Prefer journalism school 
background and some 
experience. Must have 
good typing ability and be 
willing to learn news 
photography. If you are 
interested in more 4etaik, 
write David Woodroof, 
Byerly Publications, 1000 
Armory Drive, Franklin, 
Va. 238S1 13-tf 



PUD'S - Ceramics, 
Certified Duncan 
Teacher. Complete line 
Duncan products. 
Greenware. Firing. 
Unique gifts. Free 
beginnei's classes. 2213 
Potters Road. 463-0437^ 
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WEIMARANER PUP- 
PIES - AKC registered. 6 
weeks old. Shots, show 
quality. Good disposition. 
, Parents available for 
viewing. SI 50. terms 
available. 583-9421. 

22-4-11 



DO YOUR WORK 
AROUND SOUTHERN 
SHOPPING center? I'll 
babysit for you while you 
work. Hot Lunches. 

Prices reasonable!! 583- 

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LABRADOR RETREIV- 
ER PUPPIES ' FREE! 9 
weeks old. To good home, 
please! 4 to choose from. 
482-3821. 22-3-21 



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CHILD CARE - my home 

Commission offic^'w- - K»D^ ^^"^^ ^'^' "-C. 
Office of Recruitment & P"«=«* ^"'^- ^ >«*" «»*» 



Pert and Perky!!! 8 weeks 



Examination, 817 E. 
Franklin St., Richmond, 
Va. 23219. An equal 
opportunity employer. 13 



up. Monday - Friday. 
Lunch provided. 486- 
5858. 



WEBUY&SEU 

Us«d Baby Fumityr* 

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We cannot afford to do less than the best. We will print your 
school paper, religious or professional publications or 
newsletlen. 

The POST and SUN have a skilled staff of printers, artisU 
and graphic technicians io produce quality publications. 

Our prnNtes and typesetting equipment are of the Mghnt 
quality and our dedication for excellence in reproduction Is a 
tradition. For further information and quotes please call 
547-4571. 



Tired of advertising? 

Let us advertise for you! 

We provide free, no obligation, service 

to property managers and home ownere 

wWi property to rent. 

CALL FOR DETAILS: 
497-3577 

20th CINTURY 
RiNTALS, INC. 



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BABY SITTER NEEDED 

- your home or mine! 
Week-days. Norcova 
Estates. Please call after 
4:30 for interview. 547- 
4713. 13-4-14 

NEED EXTRA INCOME 

- We have the answer. For 
appointment call 482-3195 
before 9 a.m. or between 4 
and 7 p.m. 13-4-4 



CHILD CARE - in my 

home - references 
available. Kings Grant 
Area, fenced yard. 
Motherly love. Balanced 
meals, call 340-2788. 



BABYSITTING - My 

home. Curlew Dr. Area. 
Hot meals. 2 yean or 
older. Experienced and 
loving. Please call 424- 
%71. 



old, AKC registeredr- 
Shots and wormed. 420- 
2788. 22-4-11 

GROOMERS AND 
HANDLERS SPECIAL 

now going on. Full line of 
supplies at THE LEASH 
A COLLAR SHOP 3818 
Granby St. 627-0530. 

22-4-4 

YORKSHIRE TERRIOR 

$22. per month 
payments. Approximately 
SIM. balance. Registered 
male. Housebroken. Take 
over paymenu! 543-4436. 
22-4-4 



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at repairing antique 
spinning wheels? If so, 
irfease call Sr7-I44? after 6 
p.m. 

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GERMAN 8HEPARD 
PUPPiES - Registered, 
shots, wormed. Ready to 
go. Black and tan, grey 
and black, black and grey! 
583-0987. 22-4-1 1 

CAIRN TERRIOR PUPS 

- AKC registered. 8 weeks 
old, shots and paper 
trained! 587-7115 or 622- 
0500. 22-4-11' 



GERMAN SHEPHARD 
PUPS - 3 good litters, all 
champion lines - large 
boned, healthy, 

guaranteed. Terms. Come 
and compare. 488-8085. 

22-tf 

GOLDEN RETREIVER 
PUPS - 5 weeks old. Just 
weaned. Shots, 

Professionally de- 
wormed. No papers. $30. 
464-1 126 or 587-4621. 

2^3-28 

BASENJI FEMALE, 
SMALL BARKLES8 

house-pet. Excellent 
disposition. Impressive 
pedigree. H6usebroken! 
Non-shedding, odorless. 
Moving-must sell. Please 
call 423-1516 

22-3-28 



SPA MEMBERSHIP for 

sale! Lifetime heritage!! 
Reasonable. Sofa, 2 
ottomans-can be used as 
queen sized bed! Coffee 
table and 2 end tables. 
Smoked glass. 420-6983. 
f 25^11 

CtlNDERBLOCKS-lSM 

12 inch. Never used!. 
Orade-1. Sold by i(M only, 
will not deliver - 428-6928 
or 428-9186. i5 



GILL NETS-CUSTOM 
MADE, any length. Ideal 
for fishing oii beach. 
Complete rig - ilet, 2 
anchors and bouys. Call 
425-7246 for price 
quotation! 25-4-4 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG 

at the BABY LAPV 
SHOP!! Spring and 
summer selections- 
recycled baby items!! 
Cribs to Bibs. 11-4 
weekdays. 11-5 Saturdays, 
Lakeland Shopping 
Center. 853-9934. 25-tf 

POOL STICK with 2 
handles $25. SONY TC- 
270 Tape Deck $190. Oak 
Wardrobe $200. MAIL 
VAN!! 1970 Vi Ton-Rxed 
Up! $2500. 468-6426. 

25-4-14 



REPRODUCTION OF 
ANTIQUE GLASS -Turn 

(rf the centwy - inrique • 
exquisite. Sami^ prices. 
Many differait items to 
choose frmn. SdHng out! 
4821768 after 6:00 p.m. 
26-tf 

WICKER BABY 

CARRIAGE • lovely, 
antique! Love seat, blue, 
also a antique. Hutch and 
shed also for sale. 
CHEAP CHEAP!! 42»- 
3471. 26-3-21 

ANTIQUES -Wadi stand 

w/pitcher ft bowl $25. 
Iron ice cream parbnir 
chair $15. PLUS! Maroon 
leather sofa with matching 
swivel chair $75. or Best. 
490-2489. 26-3-21 

ANTIQUE SUMSOARD 

- over too years old! 
Hepplewhite reproduc- 
tion! From the Emmerson 
Collection of Portstaouth. 
Va. For informatkm caU 
425^)606. 264-14 

MUST SELL ORNATE 
WALNUT antique diiring 
room set. Octagonal table 
on pedisUl. 5 chairs. Hunt 
board, buffet, china 
cabinet. Quality item! 
1890ara. 484-M4S. 

2644 



CHEST FREEZER . in 
excellmt conditioa $IS.. 
apartment site!! 
Refrigenior. coppCTtone. 
17 cuMc foot with kc 
maker, $185.. apafMKM 
sire refrigerator, $85. 
Prices dickerable! 625- 
6IW. 274-11 



• AS FURNITURE CO. 

Unbelievable LOW 
PRICES. We buy and sell 
USED A NEW 
YESTERYEAR fumhure 
at YESTERYEAR prices. 
625-3376 27-tf 



ORGAN - Hammond 
drawbars series L-IOO. 
Iramaciitete condition. 
Mm see to 4H»e^te. 
^599.00. 857-65b6.3<M-II 



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Nodblk's most comiHete. 
Buy, sdl. trade. Buying 
fSbm coins. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, 
Norfolk. 833-81 18. 31-tf 



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FLEA MARKCr No 3. 
3315 South Military 
Hi^way. Opva Friday. 
Saturday, Sunday only 10- 
6. Inside stalb and table 
•et-iqn for rent. 28 sttib 
to serve you. Frer 
admission. 487-9103. ^tf 

GARAGE SALE . 
SATURQAV MARCH 

24. 9-5. 2217 Parkslde 
Street, Virginia Beach. 

28-3-21 

CLEARANCE SALE - 

everything must go at 
reduced prices! Making 
room to rent stallsti 2642 
Campostella Rd. Mazzie's 
Fka Market 545-6944 or 
545-9071. 28-tr 



WEDDING SET 

Iterquise (Samond with a 
pM band. Small sized 
ring, Call anytime at 428- 
i842. 32-4-11 

HU/HER8 WEDDING 

BANDS - ^llow gold. 
Sizes S md 10. Never 
*«m{ FlMicy not plain. 
$80. CaU after 3 p.m. 543- 
6719. 32-44 

ONE OF A KIND - 

Sterlbif Zodiac ring • one 
of a kind • custom made. 
Sagittarius and Virgo 
sings in raised sterting on a 
wide band. Wmnan's size 
iVi. Unique gift. 
SMrifice. $25. Please call 
4S2-I768. 3^tf 



IT'S SPRING Planting 
Time! Free copy 48-pg. 
Planting Guide Catalog in 
color - offered by 
Virginia's largest growers 
of fruit trees, nut trees, 
berry plants, grape vines, 
landscape plant material. 
Waynesburo Nurseries - 
Waynesboro, Va. 22980. 
35-3-28 

ONION SETS - vegetable 
seeds- Stark Fruit Trees - 
strawberry, asparagus 
plants at - OLD 
DOMINION LAWN & 
LEISURE. 1300 N. 
Battlefield Blvd. 547- 
7111. 35-3-28 

CUSTOM GARDEN 
TILLING, guaranteed 
satisfaction! Reasonable 
rates. I use the Troy-bilt 
tiller. Call Al Murry at 
4674717. 354-11 

COMPLETE LAWN 
CARE - we thach seed and 
feed lawns. Trim hedges 
and shrubs, also tilling. 
No job too small!!! 420- 
5979. 35-4-11 



CIRCLE INN 

APARTMENTS 

Furnished apartment - I 
bedroom. Wall lo wall 
carpel. Window air 
conditioner. Adult only, 
no pets. $180. and up. 
Charter Realty, 461-1616. 
45-4-11 

FURNISHED APART- 
MENT - Virginia Beach. 
Carpel. 1 Bedroom. 
Duplex. Monthly lease 
here. $140. 

HOMEFINDERS FEE 
499-9166. 45-3-21 

UNFURNISHED 
APARTMENT 

Chesapeake. Utilities 
paid. I bedroom. Carpet. 
NO LEASE. $135. 
HOMEFINDERS FEE 
499-9166. 45-3-21 



BUILDING SUPPLIES - 
LUMBER, used, cheap! 
2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10'$. 
U.sed doors also. Lois of 
other building materials. 
543-5378. 65-4-11 



SOLVE IMONEY WORBiES 

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wonial Let ckniried adt in 
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ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 

wr^ks oM, r^isteted with 
topers, $50.00 each. 421- 
9469 after 5. Both paraiu 
are excellent tree dogs. 

ABYSSINLiN KTITENS 

- $1^5. come early!! 
Black Manx Male 
Champiop A StartTtt;$50.:. 

petS.4l0-i989. 2244 



EARLY AMERICAN- 

hand crafted items for 
sale. Early American 
lamps custom colored to 
fit your home. Want 
something different? 
Unique? call 424-3448 

25-3-28 

KING SIZED WATER 

;B^4,^ $150. Compi«is;K 

; Stereo, fteoilqa. 9^ * 

Chair ^ Dining Room 

Xable & 2. Chainu P^«! 



ANTIQUE MANTLES - 

taken from house built in 
1890. Unique and 
different! Carved - four 
designs. Priced to sell! 
545-6421. 264-14 



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STALLS - for lease, good 
location. Riding area with 
jumps! Calf roping 
available! English and 
western riding welcome! 
427-5660OT427-5I56. 

234-11 



TATTOOING; provide 
pomanent indentification 
fcM- your dog!! Traceable 
ndentification through 
he National Dog 
!legistry! Prevenu theft 
uid Research Lab<»«tory 
Sxperimentation! 461- 
5405. 2344 



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..HITE GERMAN 
sfiEPARD CLUB of 

Tidewater now 'meeting 
t«(lce monthly. Love Is a 
)yhite German Shepard!! 
For infonnation cMl 583- 
86i69 or 486-6274. 23-3-21 



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PURE AND PARTBREU 

Arabian horses for sate. 1 
weanling, mature stock 
arid 1 stallion. Priced 
bekween $500. and $5,000. 
Abo 3 stallions at stud. 
54^7084. 24-3-21 



RIJMNG BOOTS - black 
leather, all hardware 
iAduded, size 7. Breedies, 
2 pair. Beige size 7. 
BIdiise, beige, included. 
BuypartoralL340-?«?. 
25-4-11 

OIL FURNACE and 

duets. Good condition. 
EntHigh duct work fot 6 
rockn house including all 
pipks and thermc^tate!! 
$150,487-2727. 254-11 

TELEPHONE for car or 

truck. VHF multi channri 
unit «Nn^e with long 
rai^ antenna. MIkell 
$7St. mbmSi or 62?- 
68e. 25-3-21 



call 4604647. ANYTIME. 
254-14 

KARAH; C»UR8E - a 

$700. value, must sell due 
to illness in family. 
$250.00. This is the 
KARATE opportunity! 
CaU 625-1232. 25-^4 

BIKESi Man's and 
w(»nan's 3 speed English 
Racer. Bbwk and silver. 
Good condition $50.00 for 
both. Giri's 24 inch 
Roadrunner, good 
condition. $15.00 firm. 
4824232. 25-3-28 

QUILT hand made for 
King Sized Bed. B^iutiful 
Stair Step Pattern. Basic 
colors beige and yellow. 
$200,428-8008. i 25-3-21 

CLIPPERS Mustache 
trimmtf , goatee trimmer, 
-also horse and dog 
clippers. SraMece Barber 
Supply & Sharpening 
Service. 857-4435. 25-tf 

OLD CLOTHES- 1940*$ 
or earlier, hats, shoes, 
beaded purses and 
jewelry. 627-3917 or 62^ 
8714. 25-tf 

BOOKCASES, GUN 

Cabinets, desks - 

made to cmier. Furniture 
refinMiing. Quality work. 
rauonabU prices. Free 
eMhnates. ¥\mit caU 547- 
0089,543-2923. 25-tf 



SECONDS AND 

ALMOST NEW/ infants, 
diildrens and matmnity 
clothes. Seasonable 
a>miptnients mc^mmI in 
excellent condition. 
MOTHER AND CHILD, 
Princess Anne Plaza 
Shopping Renter, 340- 
0310. 25-3-28 



UVING ROOM SUITE-3 

cushioned 9 ft. sofa; 
C^iiqiMg.n#u 4a BIAS few 
upholstery . $250. 
Matching barrel-backed 

chair, $50. Mint 

condition! 424-9190 

27-3-28 

MICROWAVE OVEN - 

like new. Washer and 
dryer, in excellent 
condition. Moving - mutf 
sell. Call 484-8729 
anytime! 27-3-28 

USED APPLLiNCES - 

Refrigerates $50.00 and 
up. Eighteoi lb. washers 
$115.00. Electric ranges 
$125.00. T.V.'s $79.00. 30 
day warranty. Bob's T.V. 
482-3536. 27-tf 

WHIRLPOOL DRYER. 

Gold. Excellent condition. 

Can't get a new one for 

this $200. 422-8100. 27-3- 

27-3-28 

FOR SALEIi 7 piece 
Dinnett set-like new! 
Metal closet with doiriric 
doors. Priced to sell!! Otll 
497-8057. 27-3-21 

FURNITURE - Couch, 
rocking chair, ottCHnan, 2 
end tables and coffee 
table. Brown naugahyde 
with colorful cushions. 
$350. for all, w wiU sell 
sq»rate. 467-5732. 

27-3-21 

CARreT-l^iEWAUaeD 

room sized rugs and will 
to wall carpet - as hnr as 
SI .50 a square ^rd. Miot 
Sdl! Days • evea^ - 
weekends, can 461-2800. 
27-3-21 

TRADITIONAL sofa and 
chair with 2 sets of 
slipcovers. Must sell. 
$75.00. Pteue caU 343- 
2102. 27-Ml 

GRANDFATHER 
CUICK - 7 fcM tall. 
Fruitwood finish. New 
rondition. $600. firm. 
4K-0745. 27-44 



CASHS CASH$-paid for 

used furniture, appliances 
T.V.'s. We buy anything, 
ail B A S FURNITURE 
3822 Granby St. 625-3376 
29^tf 

WE BUY USED AND 
ANTIQUE furniture! 
And appliances - call 
anytime — 857-6710. 

294-14 

SHO TGUN S, rifles, 
pistA, knivet, swdnbi 
bayoneu and all t^es war 
MHvtohs • r e gni xHe ss of 
coodWon. Collector wilS 
p8ytopS$$ 467-1888. 

29-3-28 

NOTICE!! THAT old fur 

coat, jacket, or silver fox 
scarf need not hang 
unused in your doietlt 
Bring them in for 
SScath$$ 8S3-3904. 

29^3-28 

DONT WASTE YOUR 
TWOL • having a gange 
saiel COWAY most likely 
wiH pay you more and 
Uke it all. CASH$$ and 
quick pick up. 467-1888. 
294-11 

WANTED: ORIENTAL 
CARPETS ntw or old, 
any rondition. any age! 
461-3834. 294-11 



FLOUNDER. TROUT, 
BLUEFISH, CATFISH, 

croker, frog legs, scallops, 
crabs, lobster, clams. 
Carolina Shrimp!! We'll 
dean your fish. IF IT 
SWIMS - US GOT IT!! 
4264801. . 334-11 



FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 
Seafood Market. At the 
Farmer's Market of 
Virginia Beach. Call 427- 
9574.0pm94iUt«. 

OYSTERS - Lynnhaven 
shucked and uniwhed. 
Opposite Hunt's Seafood 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd.. Bar! Smith. 
340-5171. 33-tf 



HREWOOD - HARD- 
WOOD OAK/MAPLE. 

Full cwd 4 X 4 x 8". 
$75.00 delivered. Half 
cord. $40.00i. May pick up 
at redii^ rate. M.A. 
Gvnn. 5474937. 34-tf 



JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR - Tractors, 3, 
Hook-Up equipment. 
Low boy trailer, fence 
posts and Corij! 545-8370. 
36-3-28 

BACK HOE -like new, in 
excellent condition - less 
than 1,«» hours. 1975. 
Call between 9 am - 5 pm. 
420^)770. 36-3-21 

FORD -1999 TRACTOR. 

Good condition, rebuilt 
engine. $1900. but will 
dicker on price! Cultivator 
Made, almost new $375. 
or best! 490-2806. 36-44 

EQUIPMENT FOR 
SALE near Danville, Va. 
John Deere 450-Dozer- 
6way blade, John Deere 
^0-loR.4«rj: ClSbJMB- 

Dozer, Cat. D69U- Dozer, 
Cat. D7-3T-Dozer. Cat. 
D5-Oozer, Cat. D4-7U- 
Dozer, Cat.D7-l7A 
Dozer, Cat. 212 Motor 
Grader. Cat. 955 H- 
Lowder. Cat. 941-Loader. 
10 Ton Tag Trailer. 12 ton 
tag tratter. Single Axle low 
boy Trailer, Case 586 
Fork Lift. A.C. 6 G- 
loader. M.F. 300 Loader. 
7 Yard Pull Pan. 125- 
portable Air Compressor, 
V-4 Wisconsin Engin,. 
WE BUY. SELL. AND 
TRADE. Watson 
Equipment Sales. Phone 
804-753-2497. 36-3-28 



NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2 baths, CAC. 
self-clean over next to golf 
course, park, lake; easy 
access all bases. 499-9449. 
46-tf 

FURNISHED HOUSE - 

Virginia Beach, carpet. I 
bedroom. Cottage, singles 
O.K. $175. 

HOMEFINDERS FEE 
499-9166. 46-3-21 



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W;^N| to buy portable 
electric typewriter in good 
wQriitag order. ncMe call 
4814642. 294f 

WE BUY ANYTHING • 

furniture, ^n^iuces an4 
gan^e sale leftovm. 4I9- 
O739or 467-2144. 29-tf 



GUITAR; Applause 
parabolic Accostic: 
excdknt ctmditioa. All 
«wnirty tmi imtruction 
pt^pat. CaM indudcd. 
$140. or BEST OFFER. 
CaU after 6 p.m. 421- 

imo. 



AlVI^HIl MANO - 

EsmMrM c«Mk». M«ie 
to %m. Awlberry. $400. 
- n^Mirtle! Call anytime 
5^5118. ^3-» 



COLOR TV. ponable 
«Ah«aad,afed«nrtt, 18 
inch. Meditemmean end 
table, kitchen table and 
chairs. Reastmabte fvi^! 
467-3653. " 2744 



TUNE IN ON THIS- 

Wood«i CMnet, French 
RNKie. in vtim m^. 
UsedaHlilebyKhotrigiri. 
In need (rf sane nhiar 
rqi^s. $23.00 Mease CaB 
«Q.I7i8aflff$:30P.M. 
Mtf 

»:i^UO% BIG SAVINGS on 

beiuirrul WINTER 
PtAfK^S at warebou« 
prices. Al fmnhei A ^ies, 
PEAL A TOLLISON 
PIANO WAREHCHJSE. 
5312 Va. Bch. Blvd^ 
MMingE.«0-IU3 Xhtf 



DIRT A-l. black, fertile 
tq} soil. Also sand and 
fill. Prompt .service. Jack 
N. Powell. Inc.. 855-7844 
or 853-7218. 35-lf 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, 
fence posts, peanut hay 
andcom, 545-8370. 35-tf 

MOORE'S RENT A 

GARDEN • Reserve your 
garden space now. $20M 
and up. Free water anA 
compost. Call for 
infomMtion. 497-5119. 

35-3-21 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR - tractors. 3. 
Hoakny etjuipiaent, low 
btqf tf^en, f«ce posu - 
com. S45-8310. 35-3-21 

TRACTOR WORK 
DONE - nndce yow land 
ready for planting. 
Gvden. gratt^ mowing, 
discing, plowing and 
bnA-hoi «»orii- 547-2554 
or $47-7534. 35-3-a 

MOORE'S RENT-A 
CiABUEN • rcKTve your 
fuden space ikwI $20.00 
mi ^. F^ w^m and 
oonpoA. CM 497-5189. 
35-3-28 

TOr SOa • Fin. Sand. 
Lot cleaning. 

Landscaping. Trash 
MRMmliQdl42l-7373. 
35-3-^ 



ELECTRIC MOTOR: 30 

HP 3 phase $500. Carrier 
compressor 400 HS/245 
LS $500. Both for $900. 
545-9857. 37-4-11 



COMMERCIAL VAC- 
UUMS CLEANER - Billy 
Goat Brand - used once. 
GREAT for parking lot 
cteanupiCLEANUPON 
THIS! 488-4431. 38-44 



HOUSE FOR RENT - 

Virginia Beach, near Bay. 
2 bedroom, living room, 
kitchen. Singles OK. Kids 
and pets too! $195. 499- 
9166. 47 

FOR RENT 

TOWNHOUSE, Lynn 
Meadows. 3 bedroom, 2'/i 
baths, dining room. 
Appliances - carpeted. Air 
conditioned. Washer and 
; ^ryeK** $280. 'i|fe';i4l5 

WINDSOR - 3 bedrooms. 
1 \/i baths, huge den. Acre 
lot. $185. 

HOMEFINDERS FEE 
499-9166. 47-3-21 

VIRGINIA BEACH ■ 

Family area. 3 bedrooms, 
appliances. Vacant. $240. 
HOMEFINDERS FEE 
499-9166. 47-3-21 

CHESAPEAKE - extra 
large. 4 bedrooms with 
garden space. $200. 
HOMEFINDERS FEE 
499-9166. 47-3-21 

THOROUGHGOOD - 3 

bedroom, 2 bath, living 
room, dining room. New 
eat in kitchen. 2 fireplaces 
$375. Charter Realty 461- 
1616. 47-4-11 

WINDSOR OAKS WEST 

- 2 story. 3 bedrooms, 2'/i 
baths, living room, dining 
room, den. Wall to wall 
carpet. Utility room. 
Ready April 1. Charter 
Realty. 461-1616. 47-4-11 



WE DO UPHOLSTERY, 

slipcovers, and drapes! 
FREE ESTIMATE - 
fabric shown in your 
home. Discount on all 
fabrics. Work guaranteed. 
853-3904. 71-3-28 

BATH ROOM TILE -For 

your ceramic needs in 
existing homes. New or 
repair work, walls and 
fioors and shower door 
leaks, call 340-0180 and 
ask for Leo. 71-tf-3 

nREPLACES - Have a 
custom fireplace built in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael and Hill, 
fireplace specialists 
licensed, bonded and 
insured - references. 482- 
3636.-^ 71-tf 

GOOD LUCK 

CHEMMEY SWEEP 
SERVICE - Don't risk a 
chimmey fire! Licensed, 
insured, professional 
methods - We Don't 
Leave You In The Dust!! 
547-1226. 71-3-28 

WE PRINT newspapers, 
circulars, shopping 
guides, anything on 
newsprint, with or without 
composition and camera 
services. We uke orders 
for small tabloid 
newspapers with press 
runs as low as 1,000 and 
we print for bigger 
publications with 50,000 

fid more ci^i^atipi^ 
'e'ye got ftt*— of 
dewater area cuKomers 
because we're good, we're 
dependable and we're 
local. Please caN Sheldon 
Kelly, 547-4571, for 
information and price 
quotations. You will be 
dealing with Byerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. 71-tf 

DEMOLITION AND 
CLEAN UP work done, 
reasonable rates. Used 
building materials, 
windows, doors, lumber 
and USED BRICK! for 
sale. CALL 622-7365. 

71-tf 



PRINTING!!! Minute 
Man Press - put a little 
color ink in your printing 
FREE! Ask about our 
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trimming, fertilizing, 
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Also tree removal and 
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Extra help available. Call 
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April 14, 10:30 a.m. 
Charles City County. Va. 
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TRACT A: 10 Acres. 300 
ft. Frontage on Ri. 609. 
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600 ft. Frontage, bnuliful 
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UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Done at very reasonable 
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ADDITIONS, DENS - 

Any type of home 
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modernized. Quality 
work. Free estimates. 
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bookcases, formica, 
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water proofing. All work 
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VIKCINIA BEACH SUNDWEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1979 



beach military update 



Polfus 



Airman Robert F. Polfus, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert E. Polfus of Mossycop Road, Virginia Beach, 
has graduated at Lackland AFB, Tex., from Air Force 
basic training. 

The airman, who is remaining at Lackland for 
specialized training in the security police field, studied 
the Air Force mission, organization and customs and 
received special instruction in human relations. 
Completion of this training earned the individual credits 
towards an associate in applied science degree through 
the Community College of the Air Force. 

Airman Polfus is a 1978 graduate of Kellam High 
School. 



Everton 

Pvt. Patrick Everton, son of Mrs. Frieda Steele, 
Chinquapin Lane, Virginia Beach, recently completed 
One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Benning, Ga, 

OSUT is a 12- week period which combines basic 
combat training and advanced individual training. The 
training included weapons qualifications, squad tactics, 
patrolling, landmine warfare, field communications and 
combat operations. 

He entered the Army in October 1978. 

His father, Ruppert W. Everton, lives on Eastern 
Shore Drive, Virginia Beach. 



Edenfield 



BroiMon 



Merryman 



Hobby 



Staff Sergeant Kenneth G. Merryman, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Harold E. Merryman of Red Horse Lane, Virginia 
Beach, has graduated at Keesler AFB, Miss., from the 
U.S. Air Force technical training course for radar 
navigation systems repairmen. 

Sergeant Merryman, now trained to test and repair 
navigation systems and related equipment, is being 
assigned to Dover AFB, Del., for duty with a unit of the 
Military Airlift Command. 



Air Force' Reserve (AFRES) Airman Michele A. 
Hobby, daughter of retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty 
Officer and Mrs. Richard L. Slate of Witchduck Road, 
Virginia Beach, has graduated at Chanuta AFB, 111., HSrVOV 
from the U.S. Air Force technical training course for ' 

aircraft ground equipment repairmen. 

Airman Hobby, now trained to repair generators, gas 
turbines and hydraulic pumping equipment, is returning 
to her AFRES unit at Eglin AFB, Fla. 

The airman is a 1973 graduate of Princess Anne High 
School. 



Captain John N. Edenfield Jr., son of Mrs. Mary F. 
Edenfield of Garwood Ave., Virginia Beach, has been 
named Outstanding Junior Officer of the Quarter at 
Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz, „ 

Captain Edenfield, an aircraft maintenance officer, 
was selected for exemplary leadership, devotion to duty 
and professional performance. The captain is a member 
of the Tactical Air Command. 

The captain, a 1965 graduate of Frank W. Cox High 
School, received a B.A. degree in 1969 from Virginia 
Military Institute at Lexington, where he was 
commissioned through the Air Force Reserve Officers 
Training Corps program. His wife, Carol, is the 
daughter of Mrs. Deloris A. Kimball of 3329 Anaconda, 
Rapid City, S.D. 



Navy Avtadon Fire Control Technician Second Class 
Marvin L. Bronson Jr., son of Ruth E. and Marvin L. 
Bronson Sr. of Lavender Lane, Virginia Beach, has 
report^for duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS 
IndepwaSice, homeported in Norfolk. 

A 1971 graduate of Princess Anne High School, he 
joined the Navy in December 1971 . 



Stokes 



Danny D. Harvey, whose wife, Sandra, lives on 
Carrington Ave., Virginia Beach, recently was 
promoted to Army sergeant while serving as an artillery 
sergeant with the 15th Field Artillery in Korea. 

Harvey eptered the Army in January 1974. 



Senior Airman Robert S. Stokes, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Paul W. Stokes Sr. of Minden Road, Virginia Beach, 
has arrived for duty at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. 

The airman, a telecommunications systems 
equipment maintenance Specialist with a unit of the Air 
Force Con^munications Service, previously served at 
Clark AFB. PhiUppines. 

Airman Stokes is a 1972 graduate of Kempsville High 
School and attended Los Angeles City College's 
extension at Qark. 




Hill 

Thomas A. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam J. Hill 
Jr. of Clyde St., Virginia Beach, has been prcHnoted to 
staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. 

The sergeant, a veterinary specialist at Si^ngdahlem 
AFB, Germany, serves with & unit of the U.S. Air 
Forces in Europe. 

Sergeant HiU, a 1974 graduate of Frank W. Cox High 
School, attended the University of Maryland European 
Division in Germany. His wife, Lawana, is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Cross Jr. of Ocean Tides 
Drive, Virginia Beach. 



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Oceana Commanding Officer. 

Addison clinches NAS Oceana Sailor of the Year title 



How many times have you heard the expression "it 
runs in the family"? Quite a few? Well, in the case of 
Aviation Ordnanceman Second Class (A02) Mack T. 
Addison and his wife, Yeoman Third Class (YN3) 
Gloria Addison, it's true. Both work at Naval Air 
Station Oceana (NAS) in the Aircraft Intermediate 
Maintenance Department (AIMD) and both have been 
previously selected as Oceana's Sailor of the Quarter. In 
fact, Gloria Addison currently holds the station Sailor 
of the Quarter title and will continue to do so until the 
last day of the month. 

When A02 Addison was informed by AlMD's leading 
chief, Aviation Maintenance Administrationman 
Master Chief (AZCM) John Adkins, that he had been 
chosen as Oceana's Sailor of the Year, he was one up on 
his wife, Gloria. Said Mack, "When 1 first broke the 
news to her, she thought 1 was joking. However, when 
she realized this was real, she shared my joy. Also, we 
were both pleased that we didn't have to compete 
against each other for the title." Mack works in 
AlMD's Armament Division repairing and maintaining 
the M-6IAI machine gun system used in Oceana's F- 
14A Tomcats and Gloria is AlMD's departmental 
yeoman. 

Captain D.J. Michaels, Oceana's Commanding 
Officer, presented A02 Addison a congratulatory letter 
and a plaque for his Sailor of the Year selection. The 
ceremony took place in the Skipper's Office the 
morning of March 6. Following Captain Michael's 
presentation, Donald W. Calder, Oceana Branch 
Manager for First & Merchants National Bank of 
Tidewater, gave Petty Officer Addison a $100 U.S. 
Savings Bond. Immediately after the ceremony, A02 
Addison and his wife were Captain Michael's guest's for 
lunch at the Seahorse Club. As Sailor of the Year, Mack 
is also entitled to (wo tickets for a cruise on the ship 
"Spirit of Norfolk". 

Petty Officer Addison joined the Navy on May 31, 
1973 and attended Naval Recruit Training at Great 
Lakes, Illinois. Upon completion, he next went to 
Aviation Ordanceman "A" School at the Naval Air 
Training Center in Jacksonville, Florida. Addison then 
came to Oceana. That was in March 1974, and except 
for a period from March - August 1977 when he went to 
Strike Armament School in Maypori, Florida, he has 
been at Oceana. In addition to his service with AIMD, 
the Sailor of the Year has also served here with Attack 
Squadrons 42 and 176. 
A02 Addison's plans for the future include making 



the Navy his career and reaching master chief, potty 
officer before retirement. The Sailor of the Year is also 
quite ambitious in his desires for fulfillment in off duty 
educational pursuits. He presently takes night classes at 
St. Leo College and is looking forward to attaining a 
Bachelor of Science degree in eitheq personnel 
management or drafting. 

In his off duty hours, A02 Addison coaches games 
played by Oceana's varsity basketball team. Recently, 
he volunteered to work with a troubled boy through 
involvement with the Big Brothers & Big Sisters of 
Tidewater Program. As part of his religious affiliation. 
Petty Officer Addison shares Bible studies with a local 
group of Jehovah's Winesses on Saturdays. 

Mack and Gloria live with their son, Whakin, in 
Derby Run in Virginia Beach. In the Addisons' case, 
"all in the family" is not a T.V. series, but a dynamic 
fact of life. 



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Vu:giiiia Beacksiin 



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BTATE LIBRARY 



Wednesday, March 28, 1979 



One section ^ IS cents 



Virginia Beach 
home economist 
means "business 



ByPAMVANDEVEER 



"Home economics is no longer concerned with just 
coolcing and sewfhg," says Nancy Campbell, home 
economist with the Virginia Beach Department of 
Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service. "Today 
home economists are very miich involved in consumer 
education." 

Since the dawn of the women's movement, the 
general approach to running a home has become more 
businesslike, she explains. "At the Cooperative 
Extension Service we give out information on things like 
food buying, how to shop effectively, buying a home or 
appliances for the home, what to watch out for when 
signing a lease, or how to be aware of frauds." 

Ms. Campbell, who specializes in foods, nutrition 
and health, says she entered the field because she 
wanted to be involved in changing the concepts and 
stereotypes of home economics. Her current project is 
offering leadership in preparation for the upcoming 
food show to be held this weekend at Pembroke Mall. 

Food show set at Pembroke Mall 

"The Joy of Cooking" is the theme for the show, 
whicfr wHHakc place in the mall on Friday from 10 a.m. 
till closing and on Saturday from 10 a.m.^ill 6 p.m. 
During that time a wide variety of booths will be on 
display and samples»of food will be available to the 
public. 

The Cooperative Extension Service will present 
demonstrations by cooking instructors of Greek aivd 
Oriental cooking. The booth will also make available 
information on the department's upcoming cooking 
classes which begin in April and May. 

Ms. Campbell is one of three full timejj^home 
economists with the Cooperative Extension Service. She 
joined the staff last November after working for the 
Vifglnla Commission fpr \\\p VISHflljf H«{M||«af 
Previously she had completi^ uf 



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Greensboro, workedas a home econoinist Cor VEPCO, 
tihen attended graduate school at the University of 
Nebraska in Lincoln. 

"Obesity is one of the more serious health problems 
in this country today," states Ms. Campbell. And along 
with obesity go related problems such as high blood 
pressure and back and leg distrubances. 




Dune protection law 
finally passed by city 



ByUEECAHILL 

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Virginia Beach City Council Monday 
night approved a dune protection 
ordinance by a vote of 9-1 less than a 
month after the Virginia General 
Assembly failed to act on similar 
legislation. 

Action was taken following a half-hour 
discussion of the city's Coastline 
Management Ordinance in the council's 
informal session and approximately two 
hours of presentations by opponents and 
proponents in the formal session. 



M 



Nancy Campbell 



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Tips on eating out 



Fast food diets can be the downfall for many 
individuals who work. "Fast food diets are heavy on 
calories and often have no real nutritive value," she 
explains. "However, if you only eat out one rneal a day 
you can make up for discrepancies at your other 
meals." 

She offers thrae tips for individuals who must eat out 
frequently. "Choose places that offer a variety of foods 
and try taking a salad instead of french fries. A Coke 
may have 100-140 calories, but tea has none unless you 
add sugar. Try to Hnd a place that has vegetable choices 



Boy's plea heard in Sun ad 



other than just a baked potato and salad. Variety is the 
key. 

"People are becoming more aware of their health," 
the home economist observes. "Those who have 
sedentary jobs are getting back into activities, especially 
those in their late 30's and early 40's. Of course you 
should always cheek wittlVotn' doctor before st|yging|i| > 
''activity proarara." ^ ,.^ v = I ' ," _„ 

She points to the lucctss of the Cooperartvif - 
Extension Service's^lass, "IMet^ Exercise and BehavioF 
Modification." "It's a ten week class for weight loss 
and we have a waiting list for it. 

"In the course we present facts on nutrition and 
eating habits. There's a sharing time when participants 
can share their successes and failures, and then we do 
exercises." 

A 1200 calorie diet is recommended for those taking 
the class, who range from "young Navy wives to 

Sm ECONOMIST, page 14 



''Save Our Dunes 

The overflowing crowd,- one of the 
largest ever at a council meeting, was 
orderly, well-informed and abounding with 
attorneys representing themselves and 
various interests. Buttons proclaiming 
"Save Our Dunes" were numerous. 

The ordinance adopted by council was 
recommended for approval by the 
Planning Commission on March 13. 
Some changes were made which make the 
ordinance more concise substituting the 
word "shall" for the conditional 
"should." 

Council also dropped in the final 
version the section on payment of 
compensation. The section requires the 
city tb make compensation for the land on 
which the owner is deprived "reasonable 
economic use." 



State compensation 

City attorney Dale Bimson advised 
council at an executive session preceiling 

unnecessary because the state already has 
laws requiring compensation when a 
property owner is denied use of his land. 

Councilwoman Meyera Oberndorf, 
who has consistently pushed for passage 
of state and local dunes protection 
legislation, said later that the section on 
compensation was included in the state 
legislation. Senate Bill 403, to make it 
clear that the state would be responsible 
for compensation. She added also that the 



expression "reasonable economic use" is 
too broad. 

Any landowner who is dissatisfied with 
the settlement of his care through the 
courts. Bimson said that changes in the 
ordinance can be made through judicial 
action or legislation action. 

Councilman Reid Ervin said that the 
evening's speakers submitted "many 
good recommendations," and that the 
ordinance can be changed in the future to 
fit needs. 

The ordinance establishes a dune 
protection area which includes all land 
500 feet landward from the mean low 
water from Little Creek to Little Island 
along the city's 39 miles of coastline. 

It incorporates a conditional use 
approach to regulate development 
although the underlying zoning 
classification will still be in effect. 

Dune disturbing activity for which a use 
permit will be required is defined as any 
v^ctivity which may alter the primary dune 
contour, impair its natural function or 
reconstruction or remove the indigenous 
vegetation to diminish erosion control 
and flood protection. 

Disturbance minimized 

City planner Robert Scott said that the 
purpose of the ordinance is to minimize 
dune disturbance and the removal or 
vegetation and sand. He said that not all 
uses in the area will be regulated - only 
those in the primary dunes. 

He said it was "virtually impossible to 
come up with any set of guidelines that 
can be comprehensive, but that the 
conditional use approach provides 
i&m^tlilfi Aiso^M uddt tfie use paait' 
ap^roatifl t^o«ci #e«cli frnit twfiding 
regulation from the ad minis trative to the 
legislative realm. 

The city, which has had no previous 
dunes protection ordinance has 
established a policy of requiring builders 
to build behind the six-foot contour line. 
Decjfiions were made administratively. 

The use permit procedure requires 
builders or developers to apply to the 

Sm ordinance, pag* 14 



Registration 

begins for 

spring classes 

Spring is in the air, 
and the urge to get 
out-of-doors is 
strong. If you are 
interested in tennis, 
golf or swimming 
lessons, the Virginia 
Beach Department of 
Parks and Recreation 
will be registering for 
these classes and 
others, beginning 
April 3rd-7th. The 
registration will be 
held Tuesday 
Saturday, 10 a.m. -9 
p.m. (Saturday, the 
7th, 10 a.m. -4 p.m.) 
at Pembroke Mall. 
Many different types 
df classes will be 
offered in addition to 
those mentioned 
above. 

Registration dates 
for specific activites 
are as follows: 

April 3rd 

10 a.m. 

Swimming; 

10a.m. - Youth 
Classes (including 
gymnastics); 

6 p.m. - Only 
Junior Tennis. 

April 4th , 

10 a.m. -Adult Day 
Classes and Day 
Tennis; 

6 p.m. - Adult 
Evening Classes and 
Tennis. 

days, April 5-7, a/I 
classes are availabJi 
for registration 
time between 10 
and 9 p.m. For 
further information 
contact the Virginia 
Beach Department of 
Parks and Recreation, 
4700 Recreation Drive 
or call 467-4884. 



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Beach residents oppose Rock Church girls' home 



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Please! Have you ■ 
Yorkshire Terrior you can 
give away or sell for a 
small price? .' 

This impassioned plea 
was placed in the classified 
columns of the Virginia 
Beach Sun by Mrs. Finona 
Reedof Moyock.N.C. 

In the little classified ad 
Mrs. Reed went on to 
explain that her son's 
Yorkshire Terrior had 
be$n stolen and he was 
pinning for another. 



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Did the Sun classified 
ad find another dog for 
the little boy? 

You bet it did! Shortly 
after the ad ran Mrs. Red 
called. "The Sun really 
works," she exclaimed." 
"We've got a dog! The ad 
went in the paper, then all 
of a sudden we received a 
call tfnd/we had a Yorkie 
again. 1. can't describe 
how I felt." 

We asked Mrs. Finona 
why she thought the Sun 
produced such good 
results. "Because the right 
kind of people read your 
paper," she said. "It 
worked wonders for nie. 
Our son is thrilled." 

You, too, can get quick 
results with a low-cost 
classified ad in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. The 
classified section of your 
hometown newspaper is 
essentially the bulletin 
btMird of the community. 

Jf you have something 
to sell or rent, want to find 
something, or even if 
you're looking for a 
Yorkii^ puppy, tell the 
Sun, 

Call 481-3477 today to 
^ace you classified wl. 



The ten girls - young women, really - stood up to be 
counted. 

They looked like any suburban teen-agers, although 
one was holding a baby ~ her own. They actually were 
like any suburban teen-agers except that they had made 
a mistake, which at least temporarily, has made them 
outcasts. 

At one time or other all ten have resided at 601 
Milburne Drive in Kempsville. They appeared before 
City Council Monday night to win approval for three of 
their number to go on living in the house for another six 
months. 

They lost their appeal because residents in the area are 
afraid a "girls house" in their neighborhood will 
decrease their property values. 

City law permits four unrelated persons to live in the 
same house in a residential neighborhood. The house on 
milburne Drive ^t present has six occupants ~ the three 
^irls, Janey Kyme, the house mother, and her two 
children. At various times, depending on need, the 
hcuise has four or five girls. 

The house is owned by the Rock Church, which in ten 
years has grown to support a congregation of 3^000 
people. The church considers the home for girls who 
find themselvps unmarried and pregnant and homeless 
part of their ministry. However, it was operating the 
home outside of the law. 

To rectify matters, the church applied for ft 
conditonal use permit for a girls' home on the .33 acre 
parcel. 

The Planning Commission recommended approval to 
allow the girls to remain for six months. City Council 
Monday night turned down the request for the use 
jwmit, and gave the church one month to find other 
accommodations for the girls. 

The Rev. John Gimenez, pastor, said that the church 
tried to operate the girls home in South Hill where it 
also has a boys home, but that the logistics were 
impossible - what with providing medical help for the 
unwed mothers. He said the church didn't look for the 
work. "It came to us." 

"They have not stolen, they have not hurt, they have 
hot cursed. They've been there 18 months. Now they 
Mve to go. . .Some of the citirens think we sl^wld be put 
immediately out on the street. ..Is there a place in 



Virginia Beach where we can work with these kids? Do 
we do work God has been imposing on us?" 

"They don't carry guns, they're not dope fiends. 
They just made a mistake." 

John H. Miller, a Mennonite neighbor of the Rock 
Church and father of Mrs. Kyme, supported Gimenez. 

Oscar W. Richardson, of 605 Manor Drive, said he 
did not know the girls were in the house. Once a week 
for an hour and a half we have a parking problem," he 
said, but the rest of the week there is a parking problem 
caused by high school students. The once-a-week 
parking problem doesn't bother him, he said, because 



he's at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. He said that the" 
church's work is courageous and should be recognized. 

Mike Milanovich, representing the Point of View 
Civic League, said the people who live in the area need 
help, too. He said police recently put 150 tickets on cars 
for illegal parking generated by the church. 

Bill Bozarth of Kempsville Colony submitted a 
petition containing 240 names in opposition to the 
permit. "We are not saying the house is not needed for 
girls, but that it was spoit zoning. "Gimenez told us five 
or six times he only wanted a house of wor^ip. Now he 

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The Virginia Beach City Public Schools 
Planetarium public program for April will be 
"The Legacy," celebrating American 
achievements in space. 1977 marked the twentieth 
anniversary of the beginning of the Space Age, an 
era marked by a fabulous explosion in our 
knowledge of the Earth, Moon, Sun, and planets. 

"The Legacy" is a spectacirfar fast-paced 
journey through the solar system onboard an 
interplanetary spaceship of the future to see the 
planets close up and to appreciate the exciting new 
legacy provided by American manned and 
unmanned spaceprobes. 

Planetarium hours are Sunday, 7 to 8 p.m., 
April 1 , 8, 22, and 29. Tuesday, 7 to 8 p.m., April 
3, 10, 17, and 24. There will no program on April 
ISth due to the Easter holiday. 

Telephone the main office at Plaza Junior High 
School, 486-1971, for reservations. Admission 
free, children under age 12 may be refused 
admission unless accompanied by a mature 
person. 

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Fre9 i//sco leaaons avallabh , 
to Sons of Italy 

Joseph Russo Jr. and his wife, olnny, will 
resume free disco lessons from 5 to 7 p.m. 
begmning Sunday, April 1 , and every Sunday in 
April, except Easter Sunday. All members of Sons 
of Italy and their guests are invited to participate 
at the Roma Lodge #254, 3097 Magic Hollow 
Boulevard, Virginia Beach. Eggplant parmigianna 
will be served from 3 to 6 p.m. for those who wish 
to have dinner. ^ 

^ Sons of Italy will have^ Fistr^ry on Friday, 
April 6, from 7 to 9 p.m. Adults $3, children 
under 12, $1.50. Members and their guests are 
welcome. 



CMrIc holpa IttdMduala who 
wanttoBtopamoklttg ^ 

The Virginia Lung Association will hold its next 
clinic to help people who want to stop smoking, 
beginning the evening of Monday, April 2 at 7:30 
p.m. The program, supervised by local physicians, 
is designed as a group therapy effort- to help 
persons who really want to quit smoking, 
espedally those suffering from aome bra^immi . 
^circulatory disorders. 

The group is limited to 25 persons and 
interested smokers should contact the Lung 
Association at 855-3059. 



_ Murk Family Musicale featured in concert 



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AmphUfhuM OHhon Wives moot 

The Amphibious Officers Wives will meet on 
April 11 for a tour of the Willoughby-Baylor 
House and the Moses Myers House. They will 
meet at 10 a.m. at the Willoughby-Baylor House 
and coffee and refreshments will be served at the 
Moses Myers House. Reservations may be made 
through Key Callers by April 6. 



Gloo Club concoii achoduM 

The V.M.I. Glee Club will give a concert at 
Galilee Episcopal Church, 40th and Pacific, 
Virginia Beach, on Saturday, March 31, at 7:30 
p.m. The club will also sing the Anthem at the 
11:15 a.m. service on Sunday, April 1. The 
concert is free and the public is invited. 



Momorial'Coromony romombora 
Norwoglan Lady 

The Ladies Auxiliary to the Virginia Beach 
Borough Volunteer Fire Department invites the 
public to attend the 17th Annual Norwegian Lady 
Memorial Ceremony on March 31 at 2 p.m. at the 
Norwegian Lady Statue at 25th St. and Ocean 
Front, Virginia Beach. 



Rod Cross aehoduloa 
paronthood elaaaoa 

The American Red Cross, Tidewater Chapter is 
sponsoring a free course in Preparation for 
Parenthood at the United Way Family Center in 
Virginia Beach. Beginning March 29, the course 
will continue for five consecutive Thursdays from 
7-9;30 p.m. Topics covered will include pre-natal 
care, labor and delivery and infant care. For 
information and enrollment call 499-2311, 
extension 260. 



EnUatod wivoa plan pot luck 

The USS John F. Kennedy Enlisted Wives Club 
will have a Pot Luck Supper on April 6 at 6 p.m. 
at the Ship 'N' Shore building on NOB. Free 
babysitting is provided, for further information 
please call 466-1476. 



The nationally known 
musical Murk Family of 
Wbeaton, Illinois will 
present a concert at the 
Virginia Beach 

Community Chapel, 1261 
L^^kin Road, Virginia 
Beach on Thursday, April 
4 at 7:30 p.m. 

For over 15 years the 
Murk Family has been 
bringing music with a 
message to hundreds of 
families everywhere. Mom 
and Dad Murk and their 
five children have 
presented over 3,000 
concerts in 49 slates, 
Canada, Mexico, Central 
and South America, Israel 
and Europe. 

The Murks have 
produced 15' LP 
recordings and been 
featured gn TV in many of 
the major cities of the 
U.S. and Latin America. 
One of the highlights of 
their tours each year has 
been a visit to other 
countries of the world 
serving with missions and 



missionaries. At the 
Virginia Beach 

Community Chapel, ihey 
will be openiiig the Spring 



Missions Week program 
which will tontinue 
through Sunday ,^pril 8. 
Baby-sitting will be 



provided during the 
Musicale. For further 
Information, call the 
chapel office at 428- 1 88 1 . 




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Molhors spend more Ume 
Mfth newborn Infants 



Mothers whose babies arc delivered at General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach are now able to spend more 
time with their newborn infants if they wish to do so. 
.Beginning this week, mothers in semi-private rooms 
may choose to keep their babies with them from 9 a.m. 
until 1:45 p.m., unless there is some medical indication 
to the contrary. 

The father or parenting partner may visit at any time 
during this period, after scrubbing and putting on a 
sterile gown, and may handle the infant. During the 
time the baby is in her room, the mother may receive 
individual instruction on caring for her newborn. 

Prior regulations permitted this type of extended 
contact only if the mother was assigned to a private 
room and requested Rooming-In. Still available are the 
two types of Rooming-In arrangements for private 
rooms. They are continuous, with the baby remaining in 
the mother's room at all times; and modified, with the 
baby returned to the nursery during the night and 
whenever the mother needs rest or treatment. 

The new policy is part of a continuing effort on the 
part of the General Hbspital of Virginia Beach to make 
the birth of a baby a family-centered event with as much 
interaction as pos«ble among members of the family 
group. 



All night skate-a-thon klcHs off Jesus '79 activities 



Debbie Duck and the Quack Sisters will be 
entertaining neariy 1,000 skaters Thursday. March 29, 
at the HaygoodSkating Rink for the Jesus '79 Ail-Night 
Skate-A-Thon, 

The 13-hour skating marathon sponsored by more 
than 20 local churches is slated to begin 7 p.m. and 
continue until 8 a.m. Friday. - a 

The All Night Skate-A-Thon kicks off th e Je sol '79 
activity schedule which will culminate with a June 2 
interfaith celebration (ycpected to attract 30,000 persons 
at Foreman Field (Old Dominion University) in 
Norfolk. 

All skaters will receive a Jesus '79 button, a Jesus '79" 
orange-and-yellow t-shirt transfer, and an assortment of 
door prizes provided by local merchants. 

Skate-A-Thon highlights include a midnight clown 
show presented by Rock Church of Virginia Beach and 
a 3 a.m. presentation made by Miss Sunshine of 
Squeaky's Worid of Puppets (WYAH-Channel 27). 

A variety of games and prizes will also be given 

throughout the night. Providing the music is radio 

•station WTl^Rl (105.3 FI4)u -Adull>dMpero<ies*<wfn" 

^supervise the ' macatiion' with thc^'snapek-btfr Itifi' 

a-estroomiS open aK iif|^t. FlMt^afftf mtHOst/ Widk^dK' 

available. 

The fund-raising skating marathon is open to youth 
(13 years and up) and adults. Marathon participants 
must skate a minimum of 45 minutes each hour or risk 
disqualification. 

A King and Queen Trophy will be given for the guy 
and gal raising the most money in pledges with the 



Bayside Motors 

4747 Shora Drive 4644563 
ChariasC. Hate, Sr. and Staff 

Haynos Furniture Company 

S324 Virginia BcmIi BoulevanI 
Furaitnra-BMlding-Carpeting 

Rosewood Riemorial Park 

631 WitcMocli Road 497-8925 
CCIUritpatrick 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

606 R.Ub«rty street 
Charles Hackwortli and Staff 

Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Slwre Drive 491-9863 
Mary E. Reiifeiz and Employees 

KeHam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Ncific Avomie 428-9161 

Overton's Market 

1419 NMoxter street 545-9496 
the Overtone and En^yees 

MW-End Carpet Shop 

4740 VirgMa ieack Mvd. 497-4854 
T^plir I. Carr Mid Emirfoyees 

Fwniture Showrooms 

ill LUttteCraek Road 

SMN^ B^MI AMI bN^pWyffCS 

iUidy's PiumUng and Heating 

1013 CmmI Drive 485-5000 
itoto aeglHet ed Hew and Old Werfc 

NMNpsville Pharmacy 

S2M Mwest Amm RomI 497-3516 
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winner also receiving a free pair of skates. 

A one-dollar registration fee is payable at the door 
with a minimum of 10 pledges at 10 cents each or one 
dollar per hour required. 

Children (12 years and under) may skate with adult 
supervision. Adults may sponsor themselvK^ by paying 
the registration and one dpilar per hour fef. 

Moneyraised will go towards Jesus '79 youth-related 

activities. These include: an April Progressive Dinner 
from church-to-church; a Concert for Christ featuring 
Andre Culverwell and Ramona Hutton on May 18; and 



the June 2 youth service at Foreman Field featuring 
Isaac, Arthur Holmes. Judah, Sara Jordan Powell. 
Living Sacrifice, Larry and Bobbi Andes of Fishnet and 
the St. John's young adult choir. 

Churches or skaters still wis^n^o participate in the 
All Nigh^ Skate-A-Thon may contact Rev. Steve 
Juharos ofOpeh DoorChapel^t 340-1441^^467-2282^ 

The H«ygood Skating Rink is located behind 
Haygood Shopping Center, 1036 Ferry Plantation 
Road, just off Independence Blvd. 



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Canoe racing teams from 17 universities throughout 
the East will assemble in Virginia Beach Marth 31 for 
one of the most peculiar sporting events that liacirtg fans 
will see this year -- canoes made of concrete. 

If the whole idea sounds impractical, it is. The 
inherent difficulties of maneuvering a concrete slab 
down a lake are obvious; the task may be made all the 
more difficult by the fact that the civil engineering 
students, who build and crew the boats, are not always 
the most athletic group of people on a campus. '^ 

But silly it's not, at least to the 30 or so students and 
faculty members at Old Dominion University who have 
been preparing for the big meet since last year. 

"As far as we're concerned, there's as much at stake 
in beating a team like VPI in canoe racing as in 
basketball," said Dr. Philip S. Pagoria, assistant 
professor of civil engineering and advisor to the ODU 
student chapter of the American Society of Civil 
Engineers, which is hosting this year's Mid-Atlantic 
Concrete Canoe Race. 

Aside from the spirited inter-school rivalries, the 
biggest questions are how and why? 

"Most people think a concrete canoe will sink but, 

the principle is the same as with a metal ship," he 

' explained. "The weight of the concrete boat displaces a 

certain volume of water and exerts buoyancy that forces 

. it upward." 

As for why, Pagoria figures that if his engineering 
students can mold a racing vessel from common cement, 
they'll be able to construct most anything. 

The climactic test for a year of designing, 
experimenting, and building will be at 9:30 a.m. 
Saturday, Mafch 31, when judging for design and 
construction is held at Mt. Trashmore Lake in Virginia 
Beach. Racing gets underway at, 10:30 a.m. with the 
men's and women's sprints, followed by four more 
contests ranging from relays to obstacle runs. . 
The events are free and open to the public. 
Though Pagoria is something of a veteran to the sport 
~ this is his third year - it's always a mystery as to what 
kinds of boats will appear at the launch on race day, he 
-^ . said. Ther«^ always aTepresematidii of the bizarre, like 
the 500-pound deformity entered each year by a 
Northern university whose team has yet to finish a race. 
"Then there are the fanatics of concrete canoe racing 
who refine their boats each year and train as if they were 
<* going into the Olympics," Pagoria said. "The 
University of Akron, which will be here, is like that. So 
is Carnegie-Mellon, which could be called the UCLA of 
concrete canoeing. We haven't invited them, but I 
imagine they'll show up if they hear about it." 

The mystery is not so much in the boats' design as in 
their ingredients. Each team has its own secret recipe 
which is guarded like "mother's chicken soup," the 
Opu professor said. The whole idea, of course, is to 

fijd tife''t#d^^dd of'mmm'iib^^m 

■Since the fastest boats are rmwe one-quarter of an 
inch or less thick and asldiig as 20 feet, the slightest 
miscalculation in ingredients can mean disaster. ODU's 
team went through four mixes before coming up with 
the right one, which produces a boat that weights in at a 
relatively dainty 200 pounds. 

"It's not unusual to see boats break In half," Pagoria 
said. "And at the other extreme are the teams that go 



out for pure bulk, who can't carry it to the water once 
they're there or who have it sink to the bottom in the 
middleof arace." 

As in any contest, there are rules to prevent unfair 
competition. While boats may take any shape - ODU 
selected an Olympic class design this year - materials 
going into the boat must be more than 50 percent 
cement, with the rest consisting of an aggregate •-- 
plastic, glass, pumice rock, etc. 

And there are some basic governing conduct. "You 
can't jump into somebody else's boat, for example, or 
hit them with your paddle," he pointed out. 

Pagoria added, "You can think of it as kind of like a 
chariot race. At the beginning everybody's boat is 
nearly lined up at the starting blocks, and the first thing 
they do when the gun goes off is collide. Things get very 
exciting." 

Universities to be represented at the March 31 race, in 
addition to ODU, are Clemson University, the 
University of South Carolina, North Carolina State 
University at Raleigh, University of Maryland, Duke 
University, University of Delaware, Howard University, 
West Virginia University, Rutgers University, 
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, West 
Virginia Institute of Technology, University of Akron, 
University of Florida, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and 
State University, Virginia Military Institute, and 
Guilford Tech. 

For more information contact Dr. Philip Pagoria at 
489-6483. 



Tuberculosis Workshop 
scheduled at Beach 



.Area physicians, 
nurses, and allied 
health personnel arc 
invited to attend a 
Workshop on 
Tuberculosis sched 
uled for April 4, at the 
Sheraton-Beach Inn, 
Virginia Beach. It is 
sponsored by Old 
Dominion University, 
School of Continuing 
Studies; the Eastern 
Virginia Medical 
School, Department 
of Medical 

Education; and the 
Virginia Lung 
Association, The one- 
day Workshop will 
begin at 9 a.m. and 
adjourn at 4 p.m. 
Featured speaker will 
be Dr. William E. 
Apperson, director. 
Bureau of 

Tuberculosis Control, 
Virginia Department 
of Health. 

Continuing Educa- 




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tion Units for health 
personnel have been 
applied for. Pre- 
registration is 
required with a $10 
fee covering lunch 
and educational 
materials. For further 
information call the 
Virginia Lung 
Association at 855- 
3059. 



Things to do this weeic In Virginia Beach 



IMusIc 



The VMI Glw Club. In concert 7:30 p.uL Saturday and 11:1 5 aju. 
Sunday, April 1, at Galilee Episcopal Church, 40th Street and Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach. Free and open to the public. 

Johnny Ray. In concert 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. Wednesday through 
Saturday at the White Heron, 1283 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach. 
Tickets: $8.50. 



Coatlnucd Craft Exhibite. On view at the Harold Decker Haygood 
Gallery, 1035 Independence Blvd., Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 
5 p,mfTue8day through Saturday. Show ends iSatiyday . " ~ 

Lynnhaven Junior High School Student Art. On view at the Great 
Neck branch library, 1251 Bayne Drive, Virginia Beach. 

Works by Ed Carson. Exhibit at the Virginia Beach City Hall 
building. Show ends Saturday. 



Disc Golf tournament 
open to the public 

The Tidewater Frisbee Disc Group is hosting a Disc 
Golf tournament on Saturday, March 31 at Bayville 
Park in Virginia Beach. This eveni will be a preliminary 
comperiifon for the $50,000 Wham-O Invitational to be 
held in Los Angeles in May. Registration begins at 9 
a.m. at the Bayville Park course. 

The 36-hole event is open to the public with no entry 
fee being charged. The field is limited to the first 90 
registrants. Rain date is Wednesday, April 4 at 3 p.m. 

Little Theatre of the Deaf 
sets Beach performances 

Little Theatre of the Deaf, produced by the 
Performing Arts Unit of the Virginia Beach Department 
of Parks and Recreation, will perform "Head and 
Heart" or "Who Upset the Apple Cart?" on Friday, 
April 6, at 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday, the 7th. and 
Sunday, the 8th, at 3 p.m. in the Plaza Junior High 
School auditorium, 3080 South Lynnhaven Road, 
Virginia Beach. 

Will Simonson, who wrote the comedy, is also the 
director. The technical assistants for the production are 
Joyce Norwood, from the Center of Learning, 
Portsmouth, and sign instructor at O.D.U., Susan 
Wimmer, Education Therapist, Norfolk Christian 
School, and Jan Gunter, on the Therapeutics staff of 
Virginia Beach Recreation Center and the Convention 
of American Instructors of the Deaf. 

The Little Theatre of the Deaf is an annual event with 
the Parks and Recreation Department, which was 
started three years ago by Kathleen Lockwood, the 
production supervisor. This year's original script was 
written for both children and adults. All of the actors 
will use sign language on stage. A narrator on stage will 
speak the deaf signs for the non-hearing impaired in the 
audience. 

All performances are free. For information, call 499- 
1281. 



Theatre 



"Mister Roberts." Thomas Heggen's wartime comedy at the 
Tidewater Dinner Theater, 4270 Northampton Blvd., Norfolk. 
Hours: Tuesday through Friday - cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7, 
show at 8:20. Saturday - cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 5. curtain at 
6:15 (eariy show); cocktails at 8:45, dinner at 9, curtain at 10:15 (late 
show). Sunday - cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 5, curtain at 6:15. FOf kMS 
Tickets: $13.90 Tuesday throu^ Thursday, $15.75 Friday through 
. Sunday; group rates availBbl«i'D«ail»-at-46K»3J:-«ominuing 
through April 22. '(W:* V '- ■•,ci'*'• 



Pholographs and Drawings of Eariy Chicago Architectures. Exhibit 
at the Virginia Beach Arts Center, 1711 Arctic Ave., Hours: II a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Show ends Saturday. 



Works by James Weaver. Exhibit at the Virginia Beach Arts Center, 
1711 Arctic Ave. Details at 428-9294. Show ends Saturday. " ■' 



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Family Folk Dance. Dance instruction 7:30 p.m., the second and 
fourth Friday of each month at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 
800 Monmouth Lane. German, Russian, Yugoslavian and other 
international folk dances taught by Janet Litchfield. Free. Details at 
499-1281. 



Open house to be held at 
Red Cross facilities 

Simultaneous Open House will be held at all area Red 
Cross facilities on Friday, March 30, between 10 a.m. 
and 2 p.m. March is traditionally celebrated as Red 
Cross Month, and the public is invited to visit any Red 
Cross Chapter or military base field office in the area. 

At most Red Cross locations, displays are planned 
depicting the wide variety of services offered at no 
charge to the community. These range from classes in 
First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and 
Prq)ared Childbirth, to collecting and distributing 
blood to the region's 60 hospitals. Volunteers and staff 
members will offer tours or provide information, and 
refreshments will be served. 

Red Cross Open House participants include the 
Tidewater Chapter iii Norfolk and at the United Way 
Family Center in Virginia Beach, Portsmouth Chapter, 
Hampton Roads Chapter in Newport News, and 
military field offices at N.O.B., Little Creek, Oceana, 
and Langley. 



International Folk Dancing Club. Dances from European and _ 
Mediterranean countries, featuring Balkan and Israeli dances, At the IllOVieS 

presented Fridays (7:30 to 9 p.m. for beginners and 9 to 1 1 p.m. for 
advanced) at the United Methodist Church, I9th Street and Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach. Donations. Details at 428-6900 or 486-7349. 



"Grtaaly." Movie, 1 1 a.m. Saturday at the Windsor Woods branch 
library, 3612 S. Plaza Trail, Virginia Beach. , 

Annual ChiMren's Pet Show. Presented 2 p.m. Sunday, April 1, at 
the Great Neck branch library, 1251 Bayne Drive, Virginia Beach. 
Details at 481-6094. 






Bayne, 16th Street and Atlantic Avenue. 
(PC). 



"Young Frankenstein" 



Special events 



Women's Racquctball Tournament. Presented 9 a.m. Saturday at 
the Virginia Beach Recreation Center's courts. Details at 499-1281 . 

Art 

Water Fowling in the Acrylk Medium by A. Ldand Simmons. 

Exhibit in the Harold Decker Pinewood Square Gallery, 504 
Pinewood Road, Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday 
through Saturday. Continuing through April 12. 



Beach, 25lh Street and Atlanlk Avenne. 

Loose" (PG). 



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Hilltop, First Colonial 

"Superman" (PG). 



Road. "Midnight Express" (R); 



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VkgiiuaBeach^ 

Commentary 



55 mph limit saves a lot 

All of us who have faced a long drive on an 
uncrowded freeway have probably cast a 
mental vote against the 55 mile per hour speed 
limit. So much for human impatience. 

It has saved lives and gas and consequently a 
formal challenge of the federal policy which 
has put the 55 mile limit in effect around the 
country seems ill-abused. 

But there is now a measure in the U.S; 
Senate to give states the option of sett inp ibcir 
own speed limits. 

The federal government has kept the states 
in line by threatening to withdraw federal 
highway funds if they do not enforce the limit. 
The case for continuing it, however, lies on the 
streets and highways and under the hoods of 
our cars. 

The limit was imposed during the Arab oil 
embargo in 1974 to reduce consumption of 
gasoline, because automobiles operate with 
greater fuel efficiency at lower speeds. It also 
brought a dramatic decline in the traffic 
fatality rate. Traffic and safety pxperts 
acknowledge that the accident rate also was 
affected by lighter traffic volume, a result of surfing area this summer at Croatan, and the final say 

higher gasoline prices, but the evidence is 3till' ""^^ ^' "" '° '"' '°"'''''- 




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Yesterday's Sun April 24, 1969 



Residents complicate surHag 

Virginia Beach may or may n^t have an additional 



convincmg 
speed. 



that the main factor was slower 



Fatality figures have risen again, as the 
number of cars on the road continues to 
increase and as willingness to abide by the 55 
mile limit has weakened. The fact that so much 
freeway traffic is moving at 60 to 65 miles per 
hour makes no case for raising the limit. If it 
were posted at 65, no doubt the traffic would 
be moving at 70 or 75. 

No one can argue that the United States has 
any Jess oee4 to d aj ^ n i to conserve i gasoline. 
Indeed, thf cp|la{^^^^ranian pit.prfldMction 
may lead to shortages iPservice stations before 
the year is ouU- — .^^^....^ _ ^ — -^ — ^ 

If motorists can hold thfe speedometer at 55 
they'll have less reason to worry about the fuel 
gauge. 



If Congress will let it 

The U.S. Postal Service thinks it just might 
break even— perhaps go as far as showing a 
profit— by the end of September. 

This is a goal the service, and the Post 
Office Department before it, has been seeking 
since 1948, to no avail. And the blame for the 
red ink shouldn't be laid to the postal service 
alone. Every time things start looking up, 
Congress makes more demands and refuses to 
allow cuts in service which would have postal 
ledgers showing profits. 

The current optimistic forecast comes from 



A littleover. a week ago City Manager Roger Scott 
unveiled plans for this summer where surfing activities 
at Virginia Beach are concerned. The report was the 
result of months of work and research by City Council's 
special surfing committee which was formed last fall, in 
the hope that off-season study could come up with good 
concrete suggestions. 

The plans called for a new surfing area at Croatan 
Beach and for an additional hour of surfing from 42nd 
Street north of Fort Story. There has been some little 
opposition to the extension of the time from 10 a.m. to 
1 1 a.m., but nothing compared to the other objections. 
Present surfing regulations ban surfing from 10 a.m. 
to 6 p.m. in the northern areas and until 6 p.m. 
everywhere else, except in the city's two designated 
surfing artafi': "■•"""''''■" '"" "'■'■ '^^ ' ^' 

The ctty^as sfe« WkSk! a 600-foot arei jiiW nbrt^ p^^ 
Steel Pier for seva-af ^ars. THW'ai^a ii'^Mti'clted, 
-yarded and policed but has become overcrowded as 
surfing enthusiasts have increased. 

Last year the city designated a 1 000-foot area of its 
property at Little Island Park in Sandgridge for surfing. 
But parents have complained their young children 
cannot reach this area easily, particularly on the single 
narrow, winding road. And surfers say the surf there 
isn't worthwhile most of the time anyway. ... 

Scott reported that a compromise solution 
recommended by the committee was to open a two- 
block, 1,000-foot area of Croatan Beach for surfing this 
summer on a one-year trail basis. The area would extend 
from the Camp Pendleton fence northward. ... 

Viatet'garbage trade possible 

Long-secret negotiations between Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach concerning the dumping of Norfolk 
garbage in Virginia Beach has been made public recently 
by officials of both cities. 

Norfolk has a massive garbage problem that it has 
been unable to meet within its city limits. Its landfills 
and disposal areas are full to overflowing, and its 



jn the matter at the April School Board meeting. 

The teachers accounted for $352,600 of the $700,000 
cut authorized by City Council. The council could only 
set the amount to be cut from the budget but could not 
authorize any speci fie items to be cut ... . 



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God bless our 
power company 

We turrtcid over our children to a foundling home 
today, tlje payments gi our ^ond car have fallen 
onthevvay. v =. 



Postmaster General William F. Bolger, who disposal areas have become the subject of controversy 
says the $17.5 billion agency could have a $180 ^°^^ inside and outside the city. 



million surplus by the close of the fiscal year in 
September. 

The agency, which has lost billions in past 
years, sees sunnier skies ahead because of 
increased productivity and a stabilization of 
postal rates. 

Bolger says the service carried 97 billion 
pieces of mail last year and predicts the total 
will reach 99 billion this year. Eighty percent 
of the mail is from business. 

The Postal Service has been taking raps for 
years over sloppy service, computerized 
equipment that doesn't function properly and 
a tendency to raise rates far too often. 

Let's hope things are turning toward the 
better and if a profit can be shown, that's good 
news, too. 



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Where trash is burned, residents of both Norfolk and 
Chesapeake have complained of odor, pollution and 
smoke. Norfolk has apparently been unable to come up 
with any feasible solution inside its own confines, and 
therefore has had to look elsewhere. 

The logical places to look have been Virginia Beach 
and Chesapeake, and Norfolk officials have now 
confirmed that plans in both cities have been under 
consideration for some time. ... 



Petitions submitted, withdrawn 

Within the past week Princess Anne Utilities and 
Aragona Utilities, which serve about 8,000 homes in 
densely populated areas of mid-Virginia Beach, have 
petitioned for a higher temporary rate for sewage 
disposal, withdrawn the petitions and one of the 
companies has joined the other in applying for a Higher 
permanent rate. 

Princess Anne Utilities, the subject of much 
controversy over recent and past problems with 
emergency service to its customers, had a full hearing 
recently before the State Corporation Commissioo in 
Richmond seeking a 137 percent increase from $12 per 
quarter to $28.50, not including about $4.57 monthly 
fee to the Hampton Roads Sanitation District lines, 
scheduled to take over operation of the lines and 
treatment soon.Ss^ 



Budget trimmed; master plan set 

A trend in Virginia Beach schoob to lower the pupil- 
teacher ratio will reverse itself next fall to cuts in the 
school budget. *' 

A total of 44 of 200 new teKho* positions will be 
eliminated. "It will obviously incrnse the pupil-tracher 
ratio," said Supt. E.E. Brickdl in answer to a queitfon 



We pawned the family silver, we're taking laundry 
Mvffliii 4iustend l«iw(i««eeonrfj'ob'*'«nd v*6rtci'll 
swoaiiieginart) c) 23xii'i ?.5n?bij - ..,^; ■•.■■. 

we ootn stopped smokmg cigarettes - there's no 
tnore cocktail hour - we scrimp on buying 
groceries and tried to save the power. 

Little Johnnie has a paper route and adds his 
weekly tips to the family's hoard of pennies - 
complaints don't cross his lips. 

I keep the neighbors' children to make an extra 
buck - it made me sad to see the bank come 
repossess our truck. 

II certainly is degrading with no money in your 
jeans, we do not enierlain at all - our diet's mostly 
tieans. 

They repossessed the family home for non- 
payment of rent and so we're in a vacant lot - it's 
cozy in the tent. 

Tbey came and got the washer cause of payments 
we can't make - I'm forced to take the Monday 
wash clear down to City Lake. 

Our Bessie had a broken arm, which we were 
forced to set, the doctor would not come for free - 
not even on a bet. 

Our dog is in the Dog Pound (our children how 
they weep) cause at 12 o'clock next Wednesday 
GUEST WHO gets put to sleep? 

Our family fhoes have worn out, which isn't very 
neat as wjf ^and there in the snowbank,,wiih the 
rags tied to our feel. 

We'vr consolidated all our bills into one big 
whopping loan that'll take 100 years to pay - while 
trimming to the bone. 

We don't' know where to cut next - it's aggravating 
still to cut down on these items, just to pay our 
VEPCO bill. 

I'm not insinuating that our troubles are because 
of VEPCO's current policy - THE FUEL 
ADJUSTMENT CLAUSE. 

Part Oif my VEPCO payment - this thought does 
still atone supports two big reactors in Virginia's 
earthquake /one. 

R.M.O. 



SkK'ial security student beneficiaries are beinit noiifieil 
now that their monthly checks will stop if i hey don' i 
complete and return a required school enrollment 
report. 

Reporting forms are being mailed lo ilie more than 
850,000 students 18 to 22 whose monihly social security 
checks currently total $1 .7 billion u year. 

This spring, for the first time, school officials are 
l)eing asked to verify on the form that the student is 
enrolled on a full-time basis. 

If a student fails to return the form, or the form 
comes back without the necessary school cerlificalion, 
the student's monthly checks will be stopped. 

Students 18 to 22 may qualify for social security 
payments if a parent is receiving retirement or disability 
benefits or has died after working long enough under 
social security. Those students are required to report on 
iheir school enrollment status twice a ycnr. 

The Social Security Adminislralion is lightening up 
on those reporting requirement because some students 
either are not returning the forms at- all or they arc 
stating they are in school when they are not. Payment.s 
to students who are not eligible cost taxpayers millions 
of dollars a year. 

Students will have 60 days to complete and return the 
reporting form. 

If a student does not return the form, or fails to have 
the school verify enrollment as required, social security 
checks will be suspended and the student's eligibility for 
previous payments will be investigated. 

If a student received chcxks for monihs he or she was 
not a full-time student, then those benefits musi be 
repaid. ^ 

Any student who needs help in completing the form " 
or has questions about it should contact the nearest 
social security office. The Norfolk Social Security 
Office is located at 200 Granby Mall in the new Federal 
Building, Norfolk, Virginia 23510. It is on the sixth 
floor. The telephone number is 441-3401 . 



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TCC spring festival Is coming 

You are invited to attend the first Tidewater 
Community College-Chesapeake Campus "Community 
S^ing Festival" on Saturday, May 12 (rain date May 
19). The event will be held on campus at 1428 Cedar 
Road, Chesapeake from 1 1 a.m. until 6 p.m. 
■ The purpose of the Spring Festival is to bring together 
area citizens, civic organizations, church groups, city 
office and agency personnel, and college staff in a day 
of displays, booths, entertainment, games, 
tournaments, competitions and demonstrations of arts 
and crafts. 

Community and civic organizations are invito tq set 
up booths to acquaint visiiors with their activities. 
Individuals who are artists and craftsmen are invited to 
set up booths demonstrating .and/ or .selling their 
products. Anyone who is interested in arranging for a 
booth or display can contact the college Office of 
Continuing Education, 547-4515, extension 49 for more 
information. 

The Spring Festival will be a cooperative effort of 
City of Chesapeake citizens and the Chesapeake 
Campus of Tidewater Community College. There will 
be a variety of activities available for all ages. 

Applications to participate in the Spring Festival (for 
booths, displays, or demonstrations) will be available 
through the Office of Continuing Education afier 
March 26. Dave Smith, college faculty member and 
Chairman of the Community Services Committee, is 
responsible for planning the Spring Festival and 
arranging for booths and displays. For more 
information, he can be reached at 547-4515, extensions 
33 or 54. The committee will take applications for 
booths and displays on a first-come^ basis and reserves 
the right to limit the number of similar booths and 
displays. . 

Church and school groups are invited to inquire about 
reserving a booth or display space at the Spring Festival. 
Various organizations will be contacted in the near 
future to arrange entertainment for the day. 

Current plans include singing groups, square diicing, 
demonstrations, local ^ands, pony rides, and Mother 
dancing demonstrations. There will be fleld games such 
as sack racxs, volley ball, horse shoes, softball, and an 
^gtoss. 

Plans include gardening displays, craft displays and , 
demonstrations, contests in typing and shorthand, 
tournaments in checkers, backgammon, footsfegpll, and 
horse shoes. The campus will invite fire antf>policc 
(^rtmeni personnel to display equipmeW. Theromay 
even be a pet show and pc»sibly a dog obedience 
demonstraiioq. 

Plans are being fwmulated now for iIm events of the 
day fof the "Community Spring Festival." There is still 
time lor chan^ and additions to the prc^ram of 
activities. 

If you or your organi/Aiion find an ar^ of intferett In 
the Spring Festival, contact the Chesapeake Campus- 
Tidewater Community Collie at 547-4515, extension* 
49, 33 or 54. We will add you to the mailing list for 
Spring Festival booth and display applications. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH StND%Vi;,DNi.:SDAY. MARCH 28. 1979 5 



Students to choose colors, nickname for Qreen Run HS 



When Green Run High School, opens next fall, will 
the football team play without uniforms? Will the 
cheerleaders lead cheers that don't include a school 
nickname? Will the colors of the band uniforms and the 
drill team's pom-poms be neutral? No! 

Answers to those questions are scheduled to be settled 
when 14 students -- representing the six secondary 
schools that will send student!? to Green Run next year -- 
meet to determine what the school's colors and 
nickname will be. 

The students, selected by the student bodies of 
Kellam, Kempsvillc, and Princess Anne high schools 
and Brandon, Plaza, and Princess Anne junior highs, 
will meet af 7ri0n m.. April 4, at Plaza Junioi High. 



the student committee represents proportionately the 
number of students each school is expectwl lo send 
Green Run High: Kellam will send four; Kempsvillc, 
three; Brandon Junior, three; Plaza Junior, two; and 
Princess Anne senior and junior highs, one each. 

The committee will be directed by Jerry Devincy. 
supervisor of student activities of Virginia Beach 
secondary schools, who is responsible for ordering 
football and cheerleader uniforms and a variety f 
athletic and other equipment, all of which have to be in 
the school's colors. 

The students are scheduled to be selected from their 
respective schools no later than March 29. 



Beach schools announce third extramural wbiners 



The Virginia Beach City Public Schools, through the 
Health and Physical Education Section, announce the 
winners of the third extramurals. The extramurals 
brought together at five sites the winners of the third set 
of intramurals. The contests which are held at the end of 
each teaching unit matched boys and girls compietition 
In gymnastics, basketball, tumbling, and volleyball. 

Girls advanced basketball was held at Kellam with the 
host team winning in the final game over Bayside. 
Members of the winning team were: Lisa Whitehurst, 
Toni Scarcelli, Lori'Schaarschmidt, Tara Flynn, Beverly 



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Ryals, Cha'riene Corral, Poochie Wheaton, Julie 
Harvey, Sonja Johnson, Michelle O'Shea, Sherri 
McLaurn, and Terri LeDuc. 

Boys advanced basketball was held at Cox with First 
Colonial defeating the host team jn the finds 46-36. 
Members of First Colonial were: Gabriel Woodhoyse, 
Andre Tripp, Kevin Mitchell, Greg Gatlin, David Ford. 
Jerome Harris, and Bobby Allen. 

The volleyball tournament was held at Lynnhaven 
Junior with the host team winning. Members of this 
team were: Ross Cipriano, Evan Stallings, Afesenio 
Avila, Dave Melton, Susan Nichols, Naomi Morris, 
Gretchen Byng, Mary Anne Saiterwhite, and Rachel 
Duben. ■ 

The tumbling tournament was held at Kempsvillc 
Junior with Meg Needham of Lynnhaven the winner. 

The gymnastic meet was held at First Colonial with 
the following winners: 

Boys: Vaulting, Jeff McPhee, Princess Anne; Parallel 
Bars, Scott London. Kempsville; Horizontal Bar, Scott 
London, Kempsville: Horse, Scott London. Kempsville; 
Floor exercise, Howard Simmons. Kempsville: All' 
Around, Scott London. Kempsville. 

GIris: Beam, Susan Peters, First Colonial; Floor 
Exercise, Dana Shepperd. First Colonial; Unevens, 
Beverly Davis, Kellam; Vaulting. Diane Fritts, Bayside; 
Ail-Around. Diane Fritts. Bayside. 

The next set of extramurals will be held at the close of 
school, arid will consist of track and field, tennis, and 
Softball. Sites will be announced later. 




TCC visitors 

Ih^mmMid's flMi grada ttadaiits from Khmton Ela«Miitary SdiMl mn racMt mtsts af the Virgiaia Beach Campus 

H^a^JS^HT^^*' ^ **^ "'•"^ **• •••^ "^ '••y^ hfcwitorits for sciom» demonstrations. 
■jMlfct VlfiWa ioacli fiflli graders omollod for tho iipeo^ 
ii*J«cls, tiioy may bogbi any thno. 



Evning programs offered 
9t P.A. Business College 

Princess Anne Business College will offer five 
evening programs beginning Tuesday, April 3. 
The programs will run on 12-week quarters, 
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 
6:15 to 9:30 p.m. 

Program offerings include the following: 
Clerical Office Assistant, 3 months; Special 
Training for Advancement, 6 months; 
Receptionist, 9 months; Accounting Clerk, 9 
months; and Executive Secretary, 12 months. 
Single subjects and brush up courses will also be 
available. 

Registration for evening classes will be held at 
the college located at 2924 N. Lynnhaven Road 
until April 6. For further information call the 
Admissions Office at 625-5891 . 



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six Beach residents named 
at Radford College 

Six Virginia Beach residents were among those 
from Radford College recently named to the 
winter quarter dean's list. 

They are: Mary A. Henry, a junior psychology 
major; Richard A. Roberts, sophomore recreation 
major; Sylvia M. Salmon, sophomore journalism 
major; Lawrence C. Brush, freshman, business 
office administration major; Barbara K. 
Tamburino. freshman criminal justice maj0r,^nd 



Sheila A. Harrington, sophomore journalism 
major. 

A grade point average of at least 3.4 must be 
obtained before being named to the dean's list. 



Amr Carimnm* of First Coloiiial Mgb and Hor award- 



> ^MOtM Torso." hi fiwt of her Is 
Most hydrostOM sodMaro "Faces" stUi in tiio 



Pembroks Meatfouri sturfente create 
posters tor /Vatfoaa/ Wlldllfo Week 



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lo state art competition 



Amy Gerhauser, a senior at First Colonial High 
School, has won $100 for her sculpture "Faceted 
Torso" which she entered in the first Virginia High 
School art competition sponsored by the VPI Art 
Department in Blacksburg. 

Amy's hydrostone cast sculpture \^as one of five 
student art works selected from among 131 entries. Five 
honorable mentions were also selected. 

The hydrostone sculpture medium involves making a 
clay model and molding it with latex. The latex mold is 
then cast in plaster of paris which is allowed to harden 
and then carefully chipped away to remove the clay, but 
retain the interior mold. The plaster of paris and latex 
mold is than filled with hydrostone liquid which hardens 
to become the final product. 

Amy is the daughter of Fred and Helen Gerhauser of 
Doncaster Road, Virginia Beach, and a student of art 
teacher Lou Lowenthal. She is currently working on a 
larger hydrostone sculpture entitled "Faces." Amy 
plans to further her art career by studying at Old 
Dominion University. 



Efcmentary students 
*^|ny gdt into the swing 
of National Wildlife 
"Week, March 18-24. 
Nearly 200 of the students 
created posters in 
recognition of the 
federation's efforts to 
conserve wildiife in 
Virginia and the U.S. 

The poster contest, 
involving all levels from 
kindergarten through 
seventh grade, was the 
brainchild of Pembroke 
Meadows science teacher 
Kitty Watts. Through the 
school's SCA, Miss Watts 
encouraged the students 
to participate, and 198 
posters were enteral in the 
contest. 

The SCA also asked 
merchants from nearby 
Pembroke Meadows 



shpni^ng ceniento donaoc 
prizes to the winaers; 
f hose merchan4i 
participating were the Bee 
Hive Book Store, Colony 
Beach Florist, REVCO. 
The Creamery, and Pet 
Love pet shop. 

Judging the student 
posters were Roy Black, 
president of the Virginia 
Wildlife Federation, 
Sharon Renn. art teacher 
at Pembroke Meadows, 
Barbara Allison, the 
coordinator of Project 
ICE (Individual Concern 
for the Environment) in 
Virginia Beach schools. 
and Bob Falombo, 
secondary science 
curriculum assistant. 

Those students whose 
posters were judged best 
were: (Grades K-1) 
Nathan Shurman, 1st 



itlace; Lori Esch, 2nd; 
ltd Ka«m Heine, Shawn- 
Moore, and Brad Marx, 
honorable mention. 
(Grades 4-5) Denisa 
Weber, 1st; and Penny 
Harbin, honorable 
mention. (Grades 6-7) 
Dan Shiflett, 1st; Cathy 
Bryce, 2nd; Dan Zanadil, 
3rd; and Michele Lewis, 
Mindy Stein, and Rachel 
Johnson, honorable 
mention. 



April 2, Monday 

hanburber orv bun 

T -bulteped green peas 
illed milk- 



SUHEBrTE 

You're suit to get a Inte if you 
drop a liiw in the classified 
oduiiiiis of your conununity 
aemtpapa. Your dassirwd ad is 
put of the hometown news that 
everybody wants to read as well 
as the news of Uie conununity. 



April 3, Tuesday 

pizza w/meat & cheese 

buttered green peas 

applesauce 

chilled milk 

April 4. Wednesday 

"breaker breaker" 

"smokie" link sausages 

two-way mac 

10-20 vegetables 

two-wheeler fruit 

good buddy bread/butter 

big 10-4 milk 

10-99 

April 5, Thursday 
barbecue on bun 



french fries w/catsup 
' cole slaw 
chilled milk 

April 6, Friday 

sliced turkey w/gravy 

sweet potatoes 

buttered green peas 

cranberry sauce 

hot roll/butter 

chilled milk 



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fund in memory of Mrs. 
Pendergrass' father. 




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tw the study of music has 
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Mrs. Penderfrass and 
their children: David. BUI 
Md Laura, ^ideiirass is 
(kan of students at 
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md M«. Amdergrass and 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SUNG WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2>. 1979 



Beach Parks and Recreation 
announces April caiendar of events 



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'L/glif Up the Sky' to open ApHI 6 
at Little Theatre of Virginia Beach 



l-May 3rd - Adult Physical l^itness. 7:30-9:30 p.m., 
Mondays and Thursdays at Kempsville High School, 
I Bayside Jr. High and Kellam High. 

2 - Teen Bowling Tournament qualifying games 
begin, final tournament to be held April 19, VBRC; To. 
register contact staff in teen lounge. VBRC. 

3 - Landscape workshop, class #1, co-sponsored by 
the V.P.I. Extension Service, 7-9:30 p.m., #1 18, VBRC. 
This 1st class session will cover the general basics of 
landscaping. To register for this free workshop call 427- 
4611. 

3-7 - Adult, Teen and Youth Spring Class 
Registration, 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Pembroke Mall (April 
7th, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.) Important - on April 3rd only 



youth classes and swimnjing will register at 10 a.m. 
only, Junior Tennis will register at 6 p.m. On April 4th, 
adult day classes and adult day tennis wilt register at 10 
a.m. Evening adult chuses and evening adult tennis will 
register at 6 p.m. April Sth-7th all classes can register at 
anytime. 

4 - "Lawrence of Arabia," 7:30 p.m., #117, VBRC. 
Free movie and popcorn. 

4 - Pointers on painting and wallpapering, easy tips 
for the beginner, 1-4 p.m. #118, VBRC. Call V.P.I. 
Extension Service at 427-461 1 to register for this free 
workshop. 

6-8 - Virginia Beach Horse Show Association horse 
show, 9 a.m., Princess Anne Park Show Ring. 



"Light Up the Sky," a comedy by Moss Hart, opens 
April 6 at the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach. 
Performances are scheduled for Fridays and Saturdays, 
April 6-7, 13-14 and 21-22 at 8:30 p.m. A matinee w^l 
be performed on Sunday, April 8, at 3 p.m. Tickets are 
$3,75' for adults and $2 for students. Reservations may 
be made by calling the theatre box office at 428-9523. 

The Moss Hart comedy offers a witty offstage view of 
the tribulations involved in the out-of-town tryouts for 
a play entitled "The Tiine is Now," prior to its opening 
in New York. The "play about a play" is set in the Ritz 
Carlton Hotel in Boston. 

"Light Up the Sky" opened on Broadway in 1948 and 
met with both critical and popular acclaim. The little 
theatre production is directed by Ken Fraser. 



Virginia Beacli Conservatory off Arts 
awards annuai bailet scholarsliips 




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The Virginia Beach 
Conservatory of Arts has if 
announced that it has "^-^ 
awarded scholarships to 
the following Tidewater 
dancers who danced at the 
recent auditions: 

Jody Norris and 
Melinda Sullivan received 
full scholarships. The 
other thirteen dancers 
received partial 

scholarships: Karen 
Addison. Kathy Baiker, 
Candy Bretsch, Mary 
Barrett, Christine Beach, 
Jo Ann Colbus, Robin 
Dailey, Terry Early, 
Sheila Francis, Rita 
Hinton, Leslie McArthur, 
Jennifer Owens, and 
Jennifer Scott. 

Ms. Dorothy Fiore of 
New York conducted the 
auditions, which are open 
to all Tidewater dancers 
and are awarded on 
' ^arly basis. "^ ' 



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My Norris, age 16, has bssn iwarrfMl a full schdarsMp 
te tlM rirgiiiia ■each CMiswvatofy «f Arts for the 
■pcomhig ysar. The senior iancer with the Vlrghiia Beach 
Commnlty Ballet Coi^NHiy lives bi BM Neck hi Virgfaila 




Mory Btrrett, age 13, received a 
schobrsMp at receat aaMieOT hoM by the Yhghh Beaeh 
Ceaservatery of Arts. She b a senior tower ertth Mm 
VIrghria Boedi Coanaualty Ballet Compaay aad Ives on 
45th Street hi Vlrghiia Beach. 



needed to loan 

Do you have a pair of 
crutches, a wheelchair, or 
a walker stored away in 
your attic or basemetft? 
Sick room equipment you 
no lonjger need can be put 
to good use in the 
community through the 
American Red Cross. 
These articles are loaned 
at no charge to people 
who need them, bq^t there 
is not oiough equipment 
available to meet current 
requests. 

Contributions are tax 
deductable, and Red 
Cross win come to yoiSr ~ 
home to pick up donated 
items. Individuals or 
organizations wishing to 
make donations should 
call Red Cross at 499-23 11 
or 446-7700. 



Services Board 
elect offficers 

Franklin Friend was 
rA:eifi\ly'(Skfii3''cfiaifman' " 

Mentsii mmixmekm" 

Retardation Services 
Board. 

Other office!^ for 1979 
are Mrs. Catherine 
Morrey, vice-chairman; 
Reverend Kenneth 
Carbaugh. secretary; and 
Mrs. Bernadene Wallace, 
treasurer. 



Virginia Beadi birtlis 



Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Stone, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conway Curtis, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Marshall, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rudolph Daniels, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Neal E. Banks, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harris Magee, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owen, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Charles VanKleeck II, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bartholomew Alvey, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. David Ray Wilson, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walter Shevock, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor Jr., son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vincent Campbell, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack David Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Briice Williams, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Lee Parker, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leslie Gwaltney Jr., son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Mike Miller, daughter. 
Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron Scherrcr, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. August J. Liebler, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis High Sr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dewey Smith, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. John Alan Wese, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven John Schwanke, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Edward Eirich, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Clark Kessel, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. John Richard Agnew, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Coogan, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Tolson Jr., son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Townson, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. James Alfred Fulton, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Miller, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hinkley, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. James Ronald Gilmore, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Freeman Bowen, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerald Rinaca, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Howard Smith, son; 
. Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Flohr, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allen Washington, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Johnson, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marvin Lolies, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O. Peterson, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Callison Bundy, son; 
Mr. and Mi^. George Barrow I^vis Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Donidd A. Pineau, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. R(^er P. Iv« II, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. D»vM F. Heilirix Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. BertrMdjMKl. »n: 
Mr. and Mrs. John Howard McLaughlin, daughter. 



GIRLS HOME 



oontlMNNl from |ii«t 1 



has a girls house ~ illegally and expects a congregation 
of 5,000 in a year. Bozarth is also afraid that the church 
will bring in people with a drug problem. 

Vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. said that the house 
was operating in violationof the law and the question 
was whether council would allow it to continue. "If you 
give them six months, in effect you give them the 
house." 

City planner Robert Scott, in anser to a question from 
council, said that a use permit would be required for a 
group home in just about every zoning classification. 

William R. Wood of Kempsville Colony, said people 
are "fed up with spot zoning." He said that the church 
now operates a Bible School and Book Store, and that 
residents have been "led to believe (the church) was 
buying the Presbyterian Church to expand the girls 
home and to treat drug-related problems as well." He 
said the church asked if citizens would oppose the 
construction of dormitories. 

Heywood Strange, associate administrator of Rock 
Church, said the Presbyterian Church property will be 
us^ to alleviate parking and for a ball diamond for the 
school. 

Concilman Reid Ervin said that the neighborhood 
problem can't be ignored. He said, "I don't think 
anyone had any idea that you would grow the way you 
have. It's a different ball game. Council went along 
because we thought it wm to be run by you." 

Gimenez said that the church has had rehabilitation 
centers in Norfolk and at the Beach but that "the 
greatest sucmss has been experienced when the children 
are near the church." 

Councilwoman Barlnra Henley said the problem wk 
that the property was not big enough for what the 
church wiu doing. 

Jim Gimenez said, "In every community it's the same 
thing. Where do we go? 

McCoy said that the church has outgrown the 
community and that it was unfair to say that the 
government <k>n not Mp. Church property is held tax- 
free, he said- 

He said the subject came up before Christmas giving 
the church enwgh time to make other arrangements. 

Council (teni«i the permit by a vote of 8-2. 
Councilman CtarflKe A. Holtand was absent. 

Voting for denial were Councilmen R.L. Riggs, 
George R. Ferrdl, John A. Baum, J. Curtis Payne, and 
Reid Ervin, Counctlwofl^n Meyera Oberndorf and 
Barbara Henley, and i. McCoy. Voting against dmial 
wwe Donald Merrick and Mayor Patrick L. Standing. 



IMoney 
appr^irlatM 
for dredging 

Virginia Beach City 
Council Monday night 
appropriated $60,000 for 
the dredging of Rudee 
Inlet by Cottrell 
Engineering. 




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Spritzers and Kir) are 

gaining in popularity. Pki^bFri^irf 

Here's the recipe for a "^" 

Rosy Daiquiri, sure to 
tingle your tastebuds. 



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of rose' wine, juice of </i How- to hOp ioh« money 

lime and I teaspoon sugar *'^"*?* H* ^— ^^ ■* *" 

with ice. Strain into i!i^2^loSI*?S S 

cocktail j^ and garnish en do wUboat. Low coct and 

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Jane Dewberry plays the star of the new show, and Vi 
Ragan is cast as her mother. Sam Hakim app«irs as the 
director. Mac McManus is the play's producer and Ruth 
Sherman appears as his wife. Dave Jones plays the star's 
husband. Appearing as the young unknown author is 
David Palmer. Fran Peterson is cast as an experienced 
dramatist. Also featured in the cast are Janet Whitbeck, 
Al Chewning and Paul Berryman. 

Stage manager is Jennifer Kreger. Set construction 
was headed by Glen Whitlock and Sam Ferrell. Set 
decoration is by Smitty and Kay Matson. Karen 
Lindblad handles props and Craig McManus is v^ 
charge of lighting. Costume design is by Fredda Evar^l'^ 
Liz Sills is advisor to the director. 

Little Theatre of Virginia Beach is located at 24th 
Street and Barberton Drive. 



Ciiiidren's pet siiow 
sponspred by library 

The Virginia Beach Public Library System will 
present its annual Children's Pet Show on Sunday, 
April 1, at 2 p.m. at the Great Neck Branch Library. 
This program is held each year as the opening activity ;, 
for National Library Week, which is'April 1-7. The rain 
date for the {let sho# is Sunday, April 8 at 2 p.m. 

The pet show is for children ages five through 
fourteen. All pets enteral in the show must be on a leash 
or in a container. Children entering with their pet must 
be able to hold the pet by themselves throughout the 
judging period. Parents will be asked to wait in a 
viewing area. 

Judging will be divided into the classifications of cats, 
odds 'and ends, small dogs, medium dogs and large 
^gs. Entries will be judged in cate g ories such as 
funniest, ihost unusual, longest ears, shortest legs, 
noisiest and many others. All participants in the pet 
show will receivp ribbons. 

There is no preregistration for this event. Children 
will receive an entry number upon their arrival at the 
library.and judging will b^in promptly at 2 p.m. | 

The Great Neck Branch Library is located at 1251 
Bayne Drive in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach. , 

Further questions on this program may be addressed 
to Robbin Farrar at the Great Neck Branch Library at 
481-6094. 



NOTICE TO PUBUC 



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the City of Vlrghiia Beach 
WM tahwH to the UaS. 
Oepartuwiit of Hooting 




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and IMaa Develapaieat a satMM. The hfai effect 

re^aest and certifteatian of the certificatien la that 

for the release of qm Its approval, Hie Btty 

|4S5,000 hi EntMenMnt of Vhitaia Biach any aso 

Faads anrier THIe I of the the Blech finait UmH, 

Noashig and tnmmWf ani NUD will iavo 

Pe» e l op aie at Actofl974» satisfied its 



and am e nde d m of 1977. Nattoaal EnvironaMntat 

The rofoest and Nicy Act of 19B9. NUB 

certificatloB for the nlBace^aneNiCliMt* 

r e leas e of tands perlahii Ms approval of the roleasi 

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commaaity dev eiepm ent sppicaat's snvh-snmental 

target area lewerdMi and review record fn* the 
moderate) iacome 
resldeats with law* 
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snhstaadard honsing with the refnlred 

conditions op to the pr o csd a r e (24 &U Nrt 

«ttatity of the City's M), and may he 

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VIRGINIA BKACH SUNriWKDNKSDAY. MARCH 21. 1979 7 



Beach business and real estate 



Wotes fram tte shelter mihtttry 

Land costs continue 
to skyrocket as local 
regulation Increases 




Beaisley receives ABWA award 



■yUNLCOOKII 



rtUD has come up with a few well-chosen words on 
land costs. The department says local governments can 
go a long way toward curbing the soaring cost of land 
by easing zoning restrictions and eliminating 
unnecessary regulation. The conclusions come after a 
year-long study by the Department of Housing and 
Urban Development task force on housing costs, and 
they have applicability to Virginia Beach and 
Chesapeake. •* 

* 
Raw Land Costs More 

The study revealed that the price of land in some 
urban areas has increased 100 percent between 1970 and 
1974, while in rural areas the price tag tripled during the 
10 years from 1967 to 1977. 

Chesapeake has seen prime single family developable 
land increase three and a half times since 1970; the 
amount of increase in Virginia Beach has been even 
more dramatic. 

The causes for the increase in the price of land arc 
many and varied and could easily fill another column, 
another week. What is of more interest for this story are 
the increases in land development costs. 



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Developed Land Costs More 

In 1949 only 11 percent of the cost of a new home 
went for land and land development. Today that figure 
stands at 23 percent. 

One villain has been the increase of regulations over 
the past 10 years resulting in delays while the builder 
applies for permits and awaits inspections. Between 
1967 and 1977 the time needed to develop home site lots 
increased 13 months or 64 percent. Delays cost 
developers additional overhead cost for financing and 
add $1410 to $2100 per lot to the price the consumer 
pays. 

^ules governing sUctl§^u^0H»3iM,^\tv/a.ys, water 

ajdsewer systeTOygagCTHttH fttfliy it. And the 
''^'■6mmBipm , lM3fi Olfl nCfDnnrToree, "Is often subject lo 

a Host of fees and assessments which have been steadily 

increasing over the past few years." 
t'or instance, Virginia Beach imposes requirements on 

subdivision streets than exist for Virginia state 

highways. 
In Chesapeake, most subdivision streets are required 

to be built to state standards, but in some instances the 

city requires curb and gutter where the state would not. 
Chesapeake has also seen the requirements for 
sictewalks go from none required in 1970 to sidewalks 
required on both sides of every new street including cul- 
de-sacs today. Drainage requirements in the city now 
typically cost between $1000 and $2000 a lot, which can 
amount to as much as sewer and water tap costs 
combined. This is a tremendous upgrading in costs since 
1970 and includes the piping of perimeter ditches, the 
elimination of inside lot ditches, and the increased use 
of pipe and catchbasins. While these requirements may 
be good in themselves, the fact still remains that they 
cost nwjney and, ultimately, that cost is paid by the new 
homeowner. And the new homeowner ought to be in 
possession of enough information to ask himself, "Is 
this really neassary? Is this really desirable?'" 

Another study of 87 communities by the General 
Accounting Office showed that standards for streets 



and related site improvements could increase the cost of 
a house by as much as $2655; requirements for 150 and 
200 foot wide lots further increased site improvemeht 
costs; requirements for dedicating land for parks and 
schools cost up to $850 per house; and municipal fees 
ran as high as $4265 per house for such items as local 
reviews, permits, inspection, and utility connections. 
■"Virginia Beach already has the third highesflot costs 
in the nation. It costs the developer, and of course in the 
end, the homeowner, $9912 to develop the average 
$14i000 lot in Virginia Beach today. That amount is 
exclusive of the cost of the raw land. 

Growth Control Costs More 

Zoning ordinances and no growth policies adopted by 
communities who want to keep out the newcomers once 
they've realized their own dream are driving up housing 
costs and sometimes backfire as the local economy 
stagnates, forcing residents to leave in search of jobs. 

An econometric model prepared by the National 
Association of Home Builders estimated that $5300 
could be added to the price of a typical home and an 
estimated 4800 local jobs lost during the first two years 
of a San Diego County, Calif, proposed growth plan 
that. would restrict new housing to designated urban 
areas served by existing facilities including schools, 
^gRways, and water and sewer connections. Traditional 
single family development would not be allowed until all 
the designated urban areas were developed. 

Other zoning ordinances restrict the sites for multi- 
family housing which could be developed for families of 
low, moderate and middle income. 

The American Bar Association reports that 99.2 
percent of the undeveloped land in the New York 
metropolitan areas zoned for residential use is restricted 
to single-family housing. In Connecticut more than half 
of all vacant land zoned for residential use is for 
minimum lots of one to two acres. 

Limitations on the capacity of sewers and roads or 
utilities stop growth in certain areas and drive up^the 
price of usable lots.,; Ill Montgomery County, Mjt,*" 
fefejlrfTi<ygliy#t^ fwerpg lh^tmtm$o(U« eountf ^• 
Mwtcd for soveral yeaFs>» a <fuarter-acre lot with a 
hookup sells for more than $40,000 today, in contrast to 
the $10,000 to $12,000 it went for in the early seventies. 
All of these examples are fodd for thought for 
Chesapeake and Virginia Beach residents. 



TAX TIME 



The Tax Professionals 

TAX CORPORATION OF AMERICA 
CONVENIENT IN HOME SERVICE 
- WE 00 ANY STATE 
NO RETURN TOO COMPLEX 
IT COSTS NO MORE 

CALL THE TAXMAN 

FOR AN APPOINTMENT 

420-7694 



Carol A. Beasley of the 
Shopping Center 
Department of Pembroke 
Realty & Insurance 
Agency, Inc. has been 
named Woman of the 
Year by the Queen 
Neptune Chapter of the 
American Business 
Women's Association. 

This selection is based 
on the member's 



Bissett to head 
United Way 
campaign 

Austin M. Wilkins, 
President of the Virginia 
Beach Board of Realtors, 
Inc., has announced the 
appointment pf Mrs. Rose 
Bissett, President of 
Bissett Realty, 4316 
Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, to be the 
chairperson of the board's 
1979-80 United Way 
Campaign. 

Mrs. Bissett has chaired 
this committee for a 
number of years and^has„ 
always exceeded the goals 
set by the United Way 
Fund of the Tidewater 
area. 



advancement in business, 
her alertness in keeping 
current on business 
activities, ABWA 
participation, and 
extracurricular activities. 
She will represent her 
chapter as a delegate to 
the 1979 National 
Convention to be held in 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 
in the fall. Special 
recognition will be given 
to each chapter's 
"Woman of the Year" at 



this time, and they will be 
eligible for selection of the 
"Top Ten Business 



Women" and "American 
Business Woman of the 
Year". 



Business group elects officers 




Christine Godwin 
Williams, assistant cashier 
and manager of the Green 
Run office of United 
Virginia Bank/Seaboard 
National, was recendy 
elected president of the 
newly organized Green 
Run Square Business 
Association. Other 
officers elected were Alan 
B. Frost, Medco Drug 
Store - vice president; 
Joyce L. Dean, B & B 
Shops, Inc. - secretary; 
Larry Akers, State Farm 
Insurance -treasurer. 

The following were 
appointed to the publicity 
committee of the Green 
Run Square Business 
Association: Ryland 
Motley, Barbecue Place; 
William R. Meyer, State 
Farm Insurance; Richard 
Remboske, Special Touch 




Christine 6. WiHiams 

Decor Center; and 
Carolyn Johnson, "Hang 
Ups." 



Carol Beasley 



'PERSON-TO-PERSON' 

That'* U«! -You and Ypur 

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VIRGINIA BKACH SlJNnWKI)Ni:SDAY. MAHCH 28. 1979 



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Beach farming and gardenmg 



New vegetable varieties prove 
wortliy of all-American selection 



All ages can enjoy pleasures of gardening 



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There arc many new vcgeiabic variciics lisicd in the 
new 1979 seed catalogs. Six ol 'ihc new varieties have 
been awarded the All-American Selections (AAS) award 
which means that they were grown and evaluated at 27 
trials in all corners of the United States and Southern 
Canada and found to be the best in their class, 
surpassing the performance of previously top rated 
vegetables in side by side comparisons. 

The six new varieties include a hybrid cucumber, 
Saladin, a hybrid kohlrabi, Grand Duke, a new edible 
piHlded snap pea somewhat similar to snow peas called 
Sugar Snap, a sweet yellow pepper named Dutch Treat, 
a new winter or storage squash named Early Butternut 
Hybrid and a second winter squash named Sweet Mama 
Hybrid having drumshapcd, dark green fruit averaging 
iwo to three pounds. 

Of these six, the two most unusual are probably the 
kohlrabi and the edible snap pea. While neither of these 
may find a large volume market potential at the outset, 
they may find ready acceptance in farmers' markets and 
roadside stands. If nothing else, the consumer might be 
invited to try the taste of these in order to convince him 
of their merits. 
- If you have flever tried kohlrabi, don't be put off by 
the odd name. It is an ancient and honored member of 
the cabbage family grown for its swollen stems which 
resemble above-ground turnips. The bulbs of Grand 
Duke can be peeled and sliced thin for dips, coarse 
grated for salads, or diced for cooking like turnips. The 
flavor is reported to be mild, sweet, and crunchy with 
no hint of iou|;hness. Ordinary kohlrabi, if stre.ssed by 
dry weather, will grow slowly and produce spindle- 
shaped bulbs but the hybrid vigor of Cirand Duke helps 
carry il through spells of adverse weather to produce 
perfectly round bulbs, three to four inches in diameter. 

Cirand Duke was bred for quick maturity to be ready 
for eating 45 to 50 days after seeding. Seeds can be 
planted while the spit;ty'^tytW | B q"y'W ' ,s |jrout in 
aboiji a week. Tw^ {Tr i | || |a | f^ '}>a|||f^^ 
kohlrabi in Vii^la. fate summer planfiJtgs for fall 
harvest wiH mature in ctwler weather when sweetness is 
inicnsiricd in ihc bnlb. The fall crop seed should be 
started about two months before hard ground freezing 
is expected to occur. l"or spring crops, seed may be sown 
moderately early at the same time you would seed 
carrots. A final remark about Grand Duke hybrid 
kohlrabi is that the small inner leaves above the bulb are 
reported lo have a flavor similar to kale or collards and 
arc very nutritious. 

The second unusual vegetable in the AAS list for 1979 
is the edible podded snap pea called Sugar Snap. Market 
gardeners and roadside operators who sell snow peas for 



stir fr>inK or sicaminK will find their rustoi^ers pleased 
with Suiiar Snap. The author tested Su^ Snap at 
Blacksburg in 1978 and found that this edible podded 
pea is crisp, sweet, and very succulent and that il 
remains in prime eating condition lor several days. 
Sugar Snap does have a distinct appearance and flavor. 
The round pods have very thick walls land can be 
eaten at fully mature si/cs when the pods arc up to three 
inches in length. However, the mature pods do require 
stringing. This is easily accomplished while snapping the 
pods into bite-size pieces. Both top and bottom strings 
can be zipped off with one continuous motion. 

about a week. Two crops arc iX).s$ible with Giuiiu uukc 
kohlrabi in Virginia. Late summer plantings for fall 
harvest will mature in cooler weather when sweetness is 
intensiried in the bulb. The fall crop seed should be 
started about two months before hard ground freezing 
is expected to occur. For spring crops, seed may be sown 
moderately early at the same time you would seed 
carrots. A final remark about Grand. Duke hybrid 
kohlrabi is that the small inner leaves above the bulb are 
reported to have a flavor similar to kale or collards and 
are very nutritious. 
*The second unusual vegetable in the AAS list for 1979 
is the edible podded snap pea called Sugar Snap. Market 
Rirdeacrs and roadside opmton who idl mow peas for 
stir frying or steaming will find their cuslomrrs pleased 
with Sugar Snap. The author tested Sugar Snap at 
Blacksburg in 1978 and found that this edible p(Kided 
pea is crisp, sweet, and very succulent and that it 
remains in prime eating condition for several days. 
Sugar Snap does have a distinct appearance and flavor. 
The round pods have very thick walls and can be 
eaten at fully mature sizes when the pods are up to three 
inches in length. However, the mature pods do require 
stringing. This i.s easily accomplished while snapping the 
pods into bile-size pieces. Both top and bottom strings 
can be zipped off with one continuous motion. 

Vines of Sugar Snap arc tall and supports arc highly 
recommended. Where cool growing conditions 
encourage vine growth, plants may reach a height of six 
feet or more. For most of Virginia, four feel probably 
will be the average height of the spring planted crop. 
About 70 days is required to reach maturity from 
feeding in the field. As with aify ppasiMrAir plantings 
are the md$t productive. Tlie Su|p Swiaf*'i4iy:has beai" 
reported lo withstand freezing temperature^ down to 
about 20' F. 

Unlike the more common varieties of peas, Ihc variety 
Sugar Snap should not be overcooked. Only lightly 
steam or quickly stir fry in oil to retain crispncss. 
Overcooking will definitely make pods come apart. For 
this reason, they cannot be canned but they are very 
easy to freeze. 

Although space docs not permit describing the other 
four AAS vegetable winners for 1979, they arc featured 
in many seed catalogs. They. loo. deserve consideration 
by Virginia growers looking for something different for 
their markets. 



No child is too young to 
experience the pleasure of 
gardening, says a 
horticulture specialist. 

But gardening projects 
should be geared to a 
child's age level and 
capabilities so there is a 
good chance of success. 

The best lessons are 
learned by doing, and 
sowing a few seeds or 
setting out some plants 
can give children the 
feeling they are helping 
create the family garden. 

As sToon as they show an 
interest, encourage 
youngsters to have a small 
garden plot of their own. 
Help them choose 
vegetabFes or flowers that 
have easy-to-plant seeds 
and mature quickly so 
they won't have to wait 
too long to see the results 
of their efforts. 

One good way for 
young people to learn 
about horticulture is 
through 4-H gardening 
projects and activities. 
The national 4-H 
gardening program, 
supported by Ortho 
Division, Chevron 
Chemical Company, and 
conducted by the 
Cooperative Extension 



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members 9-19 acquire the 
knowledge and skills they 



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crop. 

The program is 
educational and fun for 
girls and boys no matter 
where they live. Even 
apartn^ent-dwellers in 
urban areas can 
participate by caring for 
houseplants, planting a 
container garden or 
raising vegetables in a 
shared community plot. 

To recognize 

outstanding young 
gardeners, Ortho Division 
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national scholarships of 
$1,000 each, and 18 
sectional trips to the 58th 
National 4-H Congress in 
Chicago Nov. 25-29. One 
4-H member in each state 
receives a S50 U.S. savings 
bond, and four 4-H'ers 
per county can earn 
medals of honor. 

Awards are arranged by 
National 4-H Council, a 
not-for-profit organiza- 
tion serving the 4-H 
program. Winners are 
chosen by the Cooperative 
Extension Service. 

For faiore infbrihation 
on the 4-H gardening 
program, get in touch with 
your Virginia Beach 
extension agent. 



Miniature log cabins 
displayed at library 

The Oceanfront branch of the Virginia Beach Public 
Library is currently displaying a set of handmade 
miniatureilog cabins. v 

The miniatures were made by Mrs. E.M. Gray of 
Vft-gfnia Beach and the miniatures depict v^riou^ Ipg, 
leabins'^flflai'tlieirnfii^lSlJHijIsr Miis'."el^y WijaW thcf 
miniatures t0^herp'h(Sr: children td^ttir(dfersMa"hte1n" 
frontier days. 

The display will continue for several weeks at the 
library and is open to the public for viewing during 
library hours. 

The Oceanfront Branch Library is located at 1811 
Arctic Avenue. For further information contact David 
Palmer at 428-41 13. 




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How to get more out off your lawn 
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VIRGINIA BKACH SUNI IWKDNKSDAY. MARCH M. IQTO 9" 



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Caring and maintaining a lawn is not an easy taslc. 
Season after season, year in, year out, your lawn needs 
continued attention to maintain vigor and good looks. 

Your lawn needs additional plant nutrients each 
growing season. Weed seeds can travel great distances 
and often lie dormant in your lawn until the right 
moment. It's your continued attention that will keep 
your lawn looking good all year long. The following 
cultural practices should be able to help you maintain a 
more beautiful lawn: 

Watering: If you have a sufficient supply of water 
and have time to use it correctly, you should be able to 
keep your lawn green all summer. It's a matter of when 
to water and how much at one time. The most common 
error committed by most people is light and frequent 
irrigation. Too little water often encourages a multitude 
of problems such as a shallow root system, or a decline 
in the overall vigor of your grass. Unless you are 
watering the surface soil to keep new seed moist, you 
should never water by hand. Holding the hose in your 
hand is a waste of your time and water, as the soil 
cannot absorb concentrated watering fast enough, and 
you are not watering deep enough. Water long and 
slowly with a good sprinkler. 

No one can give you an exact schedule to follow. The 

need for watering depends mainly on your soil and, of 
course, the weather. The best thing to do is water your 
grass for telltale signs of wilting. Irregular patches 
(Bluish-green to purple) during the hot part of the day. 
"Footprinting" when you walk across your lawn. 

The most accurate way is to look at and feel a sample 
of soil taken with either a soil probe or by cutting out a 
wedge about four inches deep in the ground. Damp soil 
is darker and feels cooler than dry soil. 

If your lawn turns brown, it may be because your 
grass has shut down its activity until a water deficiency 
becomes corrected: Then, recovery may take up to three 
weeks, or until new leaves have grown. Extended 
drought can be a tricky situation. If you expect to have a 
green lawn throughout the summer, you must make sure 
your grass gets enough water throughout the drought 
(watch out for municipal watering bans). During a 
severe drought, we adjust the fertilization program. We 
also watch out carefully for insects. Insect damage is 
especially important to control during a drought 
because the grass is not growing and cannot recover as it 
would normally. 

Rainfall is no guarentee. Light showers merely wet 
the surface. Short downpours do the same. Most of the 
water is lost in runoff before it can soak in. 

Hm> much water? A lawn will use two or more inches 
of wSer pet week in hot\ dry weaiiiftr - a fraction of 
tlwt§licn i(*s ceallfMt^lMre hMHid. If you decide 

yourlawn needs water, you sh^ld put enough on to 
wet the entire root system. Clay soils take 1 V* inches of 
water. Loamy soils take 3/4 of an inch. Sandy soils take 
1/2 inch. A good way to tell how much water you're 
puttir^ on is to set up a straightsided container in your 
sprinkler pattern. 

The best time to water is when you can fit it into your 
schedule. If you can, avoid late afternoon or evening 
irrigation. Grass that stays wet for a long time favors 
development of diseases. However, don't avoid 
watering in the late afternoon if this is the only time you 
can water. When your lawn is dry, the important thing 
is to water. 



root development. When this happens, you're most 
likely to have problems with weeds, insects, diseases and 
stress injury. 

To keep your lawn at its best, don't remove more 
than 1/3 of the grass blade at one time. 

When to cut your grass: The first thing to do is forget 
any preconceived schedule. Most people think that 
cutting once a week is sufficient all season long. Instead, 
let the growth rate of the grass be your guide. In the 
early spring, the grass will need cutting more than once 
a week. Then, as weather conditions slow things down, 
once every week or ten days may be adequate. The 
secret is not to cut off more than 1/3 of the grass blade 
in one mowing. 

Select the proper mowing height for your lawn: Tall 
fescue (Kentucky 31) should be cut at three inches. This 
is usually the highest setting on most rotary mowers. 
You can measure your cutting height best on your 
driveway. The distance between the blade and the 
pavement. Sharp blades: A sharp mower will cut the 
grass blades off cleanly, rather thaii shredding them. 
Shredding will cause your grass to discolor at the tips. 
Rotary mowers should be sharpened several times 
during the season. 

Thatch: Thatch is a layer that forms between the soil 
surface and the green grass. While it contains some 
living grass parts, the majority is an accumulation of the 
dead grass stems and roots that are resistant to 
decomposition. Tall fescue has little or no thatch 
problem. A common misconception is that uncollected 
clippings contribute to thatch. This is simply not true. 
Remaining clippings return valuable nutrients to your 
lawn. ^ 

Ovenccding: Overseeding tall fescue lawns (with 
Kentucky 31) is generally needed every year and is very 
important to a good tall fescue lawn. Breaking the soil 
surface greatly increases chances for new grass 
establishment. The best time to overseed tall fescue is 
mid to late September. Apply seed at the rate of four 
pounds per 1,(XX) square feet (eight pounds for bare 
spots). Light, frequent watering is suggested anytime 
you seed but is not as critical when temperatures are 
cool and rain is frequent. Overseeding tall fescue lawns 
in the spring is not as desirable as in the fall. 



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6-8 - Little Theater of the Deaf presents "Head and 
Heart or Who Upset the Apple Cart," 8 p.m., 
performance on 6th; 3 p.m. matinee on 7th and 8th, 
Plaza Jr. High School. All performances free. 

7 - Teen Splash, 7-9:30 p.m., pool, VBRC. 

8 - Adult Fly-In, 2 p.m., north playing field, VBRC. 
Join in the fun of kite flying and the judging of the best 
home-made and commercii^ kites. Free kites will be 
given to the first 50 participants present, but you must 
bring your own tails. Rain and wind date April 22, 2 
p.m. 

10 - Adult Bowling Tournament, 7:30 p.m., bowling 
lanes, VBRC. For pre-registration information contact 
Adult Services at 499- 1 28 1 . 

10 - International Food Night for teens, 7 p.m., teen 
lounge, VBRC. Must pre-register with teen staff. 

10 - Easter Egg Hunt for handicapped children at 
C.E.L. Contact Therapeutic Recreation staff for 
information. 

11 - Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, 3 
p.m.. VBRC. 

11 - Leisure Adult Easter Dance (Therapeutic) II 
a.m.-3p:m.,#117,VBRC. 

11- Pre-Teen roller skating, ages 8-12 years, must 
pre-register in teen lounge, VBRC. 

11 - Senior Citizens trip to Peninsula Nature and 
Science Center, leave from VBRC 9:30 a.m.. return 3 
p.m. Call 467-4316 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., for 
information and reservations. 

13 - Family Folk Dance, 7:30 p.m., #117. VBRC. 
Instruction for all ages and levels. 

13 - Easter Egg prize hunt, ages 13-17 years, 3 p.m., 
VBRC. Come early to find the prizes hidden in the 
recreation center. 

14 - Spring 7 Mile Run at Seashore State Park! 
Registration begins at Visitor Center at 10 a.m. with 
race beginning at promptly 10:30 a.m. Course will run 
down main Bicycle Trail to 64th St. and back to Visitor 
Center, total course - 7 miles. Six age categories, 10-12, 
13-18, 19-30. 31-40, 41-55 and senior citizens. Ribbons 
awarded in each category; 50 cents parking fee. 

14 - 1 1th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Bayville Park (off 
Shore Drive) and Princess Anne Park. Entertainment by 
the Easter Bunny and Friends begins at 10:30 a.m. Hunt 
is for pre-school through 1st grade, please bring basket 
or bag to collect eggs. 

15 - Virginia Quarter Horse Association horse show, 
9 a.m.. Princess Anne Park Show Ring. Rain date - 
April 29. 



16 - Finals for leen bowling tournament, ages 13-17 
years, 7-9:30 p.m., VBRC. 

17 - Lawn Care Workshop, 9:30 a.m.-l2 noon or 7- • 
9:30 p.m., #118. VBRC. Workshop will cover types of \ 
grasses, planting procedures insect control and : 
fertilization. 

18 - Pre-Teen Birthday Celebration. 4 p.m., teen 
lounge, VBRC. 

18 - City-wide Afterschool Activity Center "Clock * 
Golf" Tournament, 4 p.m., Lynnhaven Elementary 
School. 

21 - 2nd Annual Tidewater Invitational Table Tennis -' 
Tournament. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., VBRC, Men's, Women's ' 
and Children's divisions, call adult services at 499-1281 
for information. 

21 - Pr^-Teen trip to the Norfolk Botanical Gardens, ' 
leave from VBRC at II a.m. Trip for ages 8-12 years, " 
contact teen staff for information. 

21 - Therapeutic Recreation Camping class overnight 
trip to Seashore State Park . 

21 - Green Run Trinity Church Horse Show, 9 a.m.. 
Princess Anne Park Show Ring; Rain date April 28th. 

22 - Sunday basketball tournament, registration 
begins at I p.m.. games at 2 p.m., gym, VBRC. The 
tournament is single elimination and limited to 16 • 
teams. For further game details contact Athletic staff, 
VBRC. 

23-29 - Senior citizen trip to Florida. 

24 - "April Showers bring May Flowers" for pre- 
teens (6-12 years) 4 p.m., teen lounge, VBRC. Come 
help decorate for Spring. 

25-May 6 - "The Mad Woman of Chaillot," 8 p.m., 
curtain, theatre, VBRC. All seats at no charge but 
reservations are requested by calling 499-1281 . Matinees 
at 3 p.m. on April 29, May 6. 

25 - Senior citizen trip to hairdressers; leave from 
VBRC 9:30 a.m., call Adult Services at 499-1281 for ; 
information. 

26 - International Day for Pre-Teens, ages 6-12 years, 
4 p.m., teen lounge, VBRC. 

27 - Family Folk Dance, 7:30 p.m., #1 17, VBRC. 

To be announced: Teen Skating Party, Pre-Teen 
Skateboard Clinic. 

The Virginia Beach Dept. of Parks and Recreation is 
located at 4700 Recreation Drive, Virginia Beach, Va 
23456; phone, 467-4884. 

The Virginia Beach Recreation Center is located at 
800 Monmouth Lane, Virginia Beach, Va. 23462; 
phone, 499-1281. 



Mosquito control 
considered for rural areas 



city to foot 
water bill 

The City of Virginia 
.» rBeach will fodt tlw bill for .. 

^ch is worlcing toward the. matter .with. residents during the period from 

of Pungo and Black water April 1 3 to July 1 . 
who are not 



, uniform taxes by 
expanding mosquito 
control throughout the 
city. 

City Manager George 
L. Hanbury told council 
Monday evening at an 
informal session that 
mosquito control is being 
considered for the rural 
areas. A meeting has been 
scheduled for March 29 at 
the Creeds Elementary 



in a control 
district. 

Taxpayers in mosquito 
control districts are charge 
extra for the service. 

Hanbury said that 
expansion of control 
through the whole city 
would be beneficial and 
bring the city one-step 
closer to a uniform tax 
rate. 



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mowing causes more problems than anything else. 
There #re two common errors: The lawn isn't mowed 
often enough, or the lawn is mowed too short. These 
errors reduce the vigor of your grass and cause pofeV 



The City of Norfolk will 
impse a 4,2 cents per 1000 
gallons rate on April 13, 
but City Council has 
decided to delay passing 
the increase to its 
customers until July 1, the 
start of the new fiscalyear. 
The tab, paid from 
Utilities Department 
funds, will come to 
$64,000. 




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VIRGINIA BEACH FtmrC NOTICES 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of March. 
1979. 

Vicki L. Leeth, 
Plantiff, " 
against 

Michael Leeth. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object Of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
212 Apple Tree Court, 
Frederick, Maryland. 

It is ordered that 
Michael Leeth do appear 
on or before the 11th of 
May, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Qerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon, p.q, 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/18 



mensa et thoro to be 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii at the 
expiration of one year's 
separation, from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
b(len made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1932 Homer Avenue, 
Memphis, Tennessee. 

It is ordered that Sandra 
J. Meredith do appear on 
or liefore the 1 1th of May, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk . 

Stuart R. Gordon, p.q. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/18 



is, without effect. 

It is ordered that Sam I. 
Brown do appear on or 
before the 18th of May, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protecf his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A, Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Forest A. Nestor, p.q. 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/18 



William 
Defendant. 



In the Clerk's Office of' 
the Circuit Court of the 
City 9£ Virginia, Bej«l3U«fto 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of March, 

Irving Thomas Waterfield, 
Jr., Plaintiff, 
against C79-426. 
Nancy Jo Arwood 
Waterfield, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Mensa et Thoro to be 
merged i ^ i > on < > -proper 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
19th day of March, 1979. 

In Re: Adoption of Carlos 
Gilberto Cartaya and 
Change of Name to Carlos 
Antonio Tiffany 

By: Harold Boyce Tiffany 
and Marian Istillarte 
Tiffany, husband and 
wife. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
proceeding is to give 
notice by publicaiion to 
Gilbeno Cartaya, the 
natural father of Carlos 
Gilberto Cartaya, of the 
pending adoption 
proceedings in the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
for the adoption of Carlos 
Gilberto Cartaya, for 
whose adoption a petition 
has been filed in said 
Court by Harold Boyce 
Tiffany and Marian 
Istillarte Tiffany, husband 



♦he T^f sf^j^iJj ^ J^f^„ , iatla0aitm» to jUfatwe af > ^and wife* ^aridtt Istillarte 



1979: 

Becky A. Pearson, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Donald Pearson, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 1, Park Rapids, 
Minnesota. 

It is ordered that 
Donald Pearson do 
appear on or before the 
nth of May, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

§tuart R. Gordon, p.q. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/18 



divorce a -Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of Desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
712 Monroe, Pana, 
Illinois, 62557. 

It is ordered that Nancy 
Jo Arwood Waterfield do 
appear on or before the 
15th of May, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Linda Noel Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 

James R. McKenry, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1044 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

3/28.4/4,4/11,4/18 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, m 
the 21st day of March, 
1979. 

Robert W. Meredith, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Sandra J. Meredith, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The obj«;t of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of March, 
1979. 

Barbara Estelle Spencer 

Brown, Plaintiff, 

against 

Sam I. Brown, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separatioQ. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant's last 
known post offid address 
is 721 16th Si., Virginia 
Beach, Va., and that due 
diligence has been used by 
ami on behalf of the 
f^aiiff to ascertain in 
what county or 
ovporation the defendant 



Tiffany b£ingfhe natural 
mother of Carlos Gilberto 
Cartaya and for the 
change of said child's 
name to Carlos Antonio 
Tiffany. 

Petitioners pray that a 
final Order be entered in 
this cause allowing the 
adoption and change of 
name without the consent 
of Gilberto Cartaya, the 
natural father, whose 
consent it appears is 
unobtainable or may be 
withheld contrary to the 
best interest of the said 
child. 

An affidavit having 
been made and filed in 
these proceedings that 
Gilberto Cartaya is a 
nonresident of the State of 
Virginia; that his address 
at the time of the affidavit 
was Calle 2 #52, Villamar, 
Isia Verde, Puerto Rico 
00927, it is ORDERED 
that he appear on or 
before the 9th of May, 
1979 and protect his 
interest in this proceeding. 

It is ORDERED that 
this Order be published 
once a week for four (4) 
successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

W. McMillan Powers 
Moody, McMurran and 

Miller, Ltd. 
^1 Central Building, Post 

Office Box 11 38 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

23705 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/18 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia BexA%, on 
the 20th day of March, 
1979. 

Darlene Kay Ludwig, 
Plaintiff, against Robert 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Colonial 
Club Drive, Harrisburg, 
Pennslyvania, 17112, it is 
ordered that Robert 
William Ludwig do 
appear on or before the 
15th ofjune, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Thomas W. Moss, Jr. p.q. 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/1*8 



Ludwig, Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon.p.q. 

3/21,3/28,4/4,4/11 



Norfolk. Virginia 235 10 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



PLEASE TAKE NOTICE 
that on the 4th day of 
April, 1979, at the office 
of James R. McKenry, 402 
Beach Tower, 3330 Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, 23451, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall expose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1977 
Ford Thunderbird, 
Identification No. 
7G87F32504Utitledinthei 
name - of r Raytaond' 
Dawson, seized and 
repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain 
security agreement dated 
August 30, 1977. 

JAMES R. McKENRY 
counsel for 

BEACH FORD, INC. 

3/28 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 12th day of March, 
1979. 

William Steven Butt, 
Plaintiff, against Sheila 
Diane Butt , Defendant . 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period in excess of one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is ncK a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Rudee Hotel, Pacific 
Ave.. Virginia Beach, VA, 
it is ordered that Sheila 
Diane Batt do appear on 
or before the 27th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary lo 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 
Clerk 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of March, 
1979. 

Brenda Gordon Camp 
(Mowry), Plaintiff, 
against Joseph H. Camp, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

A 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a Virginia 
judgment against the said 
defendant based upon the 
judgment order of the 
General Court of Justice 
District Court Division of 
Gaston County, North 
Carolina, entered 1 
December 1978, in favor 
. of plaintiff, in the amount 
of $1,450.00, representing 
arrearages in child 
support. 

i\nd an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address beifig 
2103 Westchester Circle, 
Apartment #3, Memphis, 
Tennessee 38134, it is 
ordered that Joseph H. 
Camp do answer in 
writing on or before the 
16th of April^l979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to piateotithis 4B»er«8t »nii(.^ 
|iis sjrt|. no Ju&^H Binijjii ^ 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 9th day of March, 
1979. 

Donald Lee Midgett, 
Plaintiff, 
against C79-390 
Constance Maye Midgett, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Denver, Colorado. 

It is ordered that 
Constance Maye Midgett 
do appear on or before the 
1st of May, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



I.M 



A copy-Teste: 



John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Mildred A. Weigand 

Deputy Clerk 

Richard F. Holladay Jr. 
H0LLADAY,1NMAN& 

OLIVIERI 
Suite 211, Pembroke Four 
Pembroke Office Park 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23462 

3/21,3/28,4/4,4/11 



A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Linda Noll Hill, 
Deputy Clerk 

Christie and Held, p.q. 
245 First Colonial Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 

3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 

I. 

EJiUT To ii'Diiiq n 

In the Clerk's Office of 
The Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of March, 
1979. 

James Allen Carlisle, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Sharon Ann Carlisle, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of a one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
3801 Ridgecrcst Circle, 
Huntsville, Alabama. 

It is ordered that 
Patricia Irene Bennett do 
appear on or before the 
20th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert D. Eisen, p.q. 

3/14; 3/21, 3/28, 4/4 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March, 
1979. 

Paul Edward Fletcher, 
Plaintiff, against Laura C. 
Fletcher, Defendant. 

ORDER OR 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



aerk 

Joy A. johansen 
Deputy aerk 



The object of this Suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds >> of 
constructive desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
.^'.'^''been made and filed that 
^'"^•^he dcfcndaSt^'Fl^^a 
resident of the State Of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
8510 16th St., Silver 
Springs, Maryland #615, it 
is ordered that Laura C. 
Fletcher do appear on or 
before the 27th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of March, 
1979. 

Norman Lee Smith, 
Pldntiff. against Pauline 
(Baker) Smith, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grout^ls of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
r^ident of the State of 
Virginia, tiM last known 
post offi(% address being: 
959 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, Lot 49, 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
23454, it is ordered that 
Pauline (Bako^) Smith do 
appear on'w before the 
26th of April. 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect h€T interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

aerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Richard J. "nivss 
Royster Builtf ng 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of more than 
one year's separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
180 Hanover Place,. Apt. 
4, Athens, Georgia, 
30606. 

It is ordered that 
Sharon Ann Carlisle do 
appear on or before the 
20th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V, Fentress, Clerk 

i 

Joy A. Johansen, 

Deputy Clerk 

Robert H. Bennett, p.q. 

3/14,3/21,3/28.4/4 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of March, 
1979. 

Michel Patrick Lee 

Bennett, Plaintiff, 

against 

Patricia Irene Bennett, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A Johaiisen 

Deputy Clerk 



Stuart Gordon, p.q. 
3/14,3/21,3/28.4/4 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Viii;inia Beach, on 
the 7th day of March, 
1979. 

Jacqueline Trefethen, 
Plaintiff, against Guy 
Trefethen, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a 

vinculo matrimonii frmn 

the said defendant, upon 

the grounds of having 

lived separate and ai^ut 

without cohabitation ami 

without intflTuption for a 

period of more than one 

year. And an affidavit 

having been made and 

filed that the defendant » 

not a resident of the State 

of Virginia, the last 

known post office adt^ess 

being 127 S. HfMtnm, 

Cape Girardeau, Mtaouri 

63701, it is ordered that 

Guy Trefethen do appear 

on or before the 27th of 

April, 1979, and do what 

may be necessary to 

profit his interest in this 

suit. 

Acoiv-Teste: 
John V. Foitrea 



Stuart Gordon 
3/14,3/21,3/28,4/4 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of thf 
City of Virginia Beach, (iii 
the 7th day of Miurt^, 
1979. 

Elmer C. Pritchctt, 
Plaintiff, against M«fx 
Pritchett, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit (i 
to obtain a divorce p 
vinculo matrimonii froijii 
the said defendant, upOfi 
the grounds of haviti| 
lived separate and apafjt 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made anfj 
filed that the defendant li 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being P.O. Box 157, 
Oriental, North Carolina 
28571. it is ordered that 
Mary Pritchett do appear 
on or before the 27^ of 
April. 1979. and do wjia( 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

.i 

Acppy-T«tf: 

John V. FentfMS 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

, Deputy Cler)( 

Stuart Gordon 

3/li*/21,ya«,4/4 , :' 



\ 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 7th day of 
March. 1979. 

Robert L. Brown, 
Plaintiff, against Avrij 
Brawn, Defmdant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce • 
vinculo matrifflonii from 
the said defendant, upoi| 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation an4 
without interruption for 9 
period in txccn of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been madt antf 
filed that the defendant i| 
not a resident of the Statt 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office Kidress 
being c/o Connelly, 8D 
Downfleld Court, Ardl^ 
Dunttoe. Scotland, United 
Kingdom, it is ordered 
that Avril Brown do 
appear on or before the 
27th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be nenssa^ 
to protect her intereM ui 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V, Fentress 

C^rk 

JoyA.Johaiwen 

Depirtyderk 

Stuart Gordon 
3/14,3/21,3/21,4/4 



In the C^k's Office tf 
the Ciitniit CcNirt of the 
City of Virginia B«Kh. on 
the 7th diy of Mareh, 
1979. 

Vernon Qainey Ada^ 
Plaintiff, i^nst Diilaia 
Ethel Adams, nrfrnrtihi 

ORDER OF 
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The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation since October 
15, 1977. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
nied that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 21 Urquhart St., 
West Warwick, Rhode 
Island 02893, it is ordered 
that Oarleen Ethel Adams 
do appear on or before the 
27th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Tnte: 
John V. Fentress 
aerk 
JoyA. Johaiuen^ 

Deputy aerk 

Glenn B. McClanan 
3/14,3/21,3/28.4/4 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 23rd day of March, 
1979. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 26th day of February, 
1979. 

Arnold Leslie Cross, 
Plaintiff, against C79-320, 
Nan R. Cross, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Mensji Et Thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known address 
being 7-D Dawson Road 
Apartments, Leesburg, 
GA 31763, it is ordered 
that Nan R. Cross- do 
appear on or before the 
18th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Linda Noel Hill 

Deputy Clerk 

William H. Coiona 
3330 Pacific Ave. 
Suite 202, Beach Tower 
Va. Beach, Va. 



been used by or on behalf 
of appl j(^t to as^ertnin in 
, what County or city 
Leonard Glenn Winttead. 
the natural father of the 
applicant's minor 
children, is, without 
effect, it is ordered that 
Leonard Glenn Winstead 
appear before this Court 
on or before May 18, 
1979. and do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest herein. 

Joy A. Johansen. Clerk 

Melvin R. Ziram, Esquire 
Griffin 4 Zimro,P.C. 
P.O. Box 3235 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23453 

3/28,4/4,4/11.4/18 



VIRGINIA BKACH SUIMH WKUISi'ISUAY. MAHCH 28. 1979 ll f 



1979, and do what may be 
nwessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentreas, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen; D.C. 

John W. Drescher, p.q. 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/18 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
14th day of March. 1979. 

In re: Adoption of Ronuld 
larl Dennis 

By: James Francis and 
Beverly Kay Grogittky. 
Petitioners 

To: Donald Dew> Dennis 
City of Wichita FalU. 
Texas 

InCh*ncery«C7M37 

ORDER 



Doifs Louise Slinendinger. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Gordon Allen 

Simendinger, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendiant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived sepaMtie.?^^ apart 
for m^ipaod <a nore^ian 
one y^ar. 

^ And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
OE Division, 
Forrestal (CV.59), 
New York, NY. 

It is ordered 
Gordon Allen 

Simendinger do appear on 
or before the 18th of May. 
1979, and do what may be 

necessary to protect his 

interest in this suit. 



3/7.3/14r3/21.3/2 8 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of March, 
1979. 



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A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

David D. Dickerson. p.q, 

3/28.4/4.4/11,4/18 



PLEASE TAKE NOTICE 

that on the 4th day of 
April, 1979, at the office 
of James R. McKenry, 402 
Bwch Tower, 3330 Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, 23451. at 10:30 
a.m., we shall expose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bUt, and with 
reservation, one (t) 1973 
Ford LTD, Identifkation 
No. 3N625H0280, titled in 
the name of Bernard 
Langley, seized and 
repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain 
security agreement dated 
April 1, 1977. 

JAMES R-McKENRY 
counsel for 

BEACH FORD, INC. 

3/28 



Charles Anthony 

Harkness, Plaintiff. 

against 

Becky Ann White 

PUBLICATION 

Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
tnensa et thoro from the 
siUd defendant, upon the 
grounds of wilfuU 
dfsertion and 

abandonment without 
cause or justification. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
either: 512 N.W. 25th St.. 
Apt. 6. Ft. L»uderdale. 
FL 33313 or c/o Mrs. 
Janice Petros. Rt. 4, 
Waynecburg. PA 17268. 

It is ordered that Becky 
^a White Harkaess do 
appear on or before the 
20Ui of April, 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A«>py-Te»te: 
John V. Fentress. Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Wayne G.ScNiza. p.q. 

3/7.3/14,3/21,3/28 



This day came James 
Francis Grogitsky vnd 
Beveriy Kay Grogitsky. 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceediiii is to 
effect the adoiHion of the 
above named infant, 
Ronald Earl Denni«, by 
James Francis Grogitsky 
and Beverly Kty 
Grogitsky. husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been nuuie a^ filed that 
^Donald Deu Dennis, a 
^ ^natural parent of said 
''' el#t^1Viidii«rcaidrat of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
address being: City of 
Wichiu Falls. Texas. 

It is thn'efore Ordered 
that the uAd Donald Dean 
Dennis appw before this 
court within ten (10) days 
after publication of tMs 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwife do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Thomas A. Coiinori p.q. 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

3/21,3/28.4/4,4/11 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 19th day of March, 
1979. 

Nellie Nichols Chappell, 
Plaintiff, against Louis E. 
Chappell. Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
c/o General Delivery, 
Manila, Phillipines, it is 
ordered that Louis E. 
Chappell do appear on or 
before the 9th of May, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Frank E. Butler, III 
2420 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 

3/28,4/4,4/11,4/18 



Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Viiiinia B«ich 

Application for name 
dumge of Sandra Faye 
Winstead and Alan Glenn 
Winstead. 

C79.525' 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object ' of this 
proMeding is to obtain a 
change of name for 
Sandra Faye Winstead 
and Alan C^n Winston, 
the mlMff cbiklren of tlw 
a^licant, Linda Faye 
Vann WinstSMJ TaybH^. 

It aMMiring from an 
amdavit that dili^ice has 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 20th day of March, 
1979.. 

Karen Lynn Blankenship 
Johnson, Plaintiff, 
against Gregory Max 
JcHNnson, Ocfmdant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a , divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said (tefoidant, upon 
the grounds of a one 
year's continuous 
sq»ration no fault <> 20- 
91(9) of. the Code of 
Virginia (1950), as 
amended. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that tN 
defendant is not a ^mient 
of the State of Vbfinia, 
the last kn^vn post offtot 
address feeing ^}9H 
Floribraska, Tampa, 
Florida 91602, it is 
ordwed thal<b^^>ry Max 
J^nson «b ai^Mr on or 
before the 15th of June, 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of ihe City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
14th day of March, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of Donald 
Dwayne Bates 

By: James Francis and 
Beverly Kay Grogitsky, 
Petitioners 

To: Sgt. James Garnet 
Bates, S/S #376-60-2164 
c/o 1 C56/DPMAC 
Langley Air Force Base, 
Virginia 23665 

ORDER 

This day came James 
Francis Grogitsky and 
Beverly Kay Grogitsky, 
Petitioners, and 
represented tlkt the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Donald Dwayne Bates, by 
James Francis Grogitsky 
and Beverly Kay 
Grogitsky, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
James Garnet Bates, a 
natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post offi^ 
address being: c/o I C56 : 
DPMAC, Langley Air 
Force Base, Virginia 
23665, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said James Garnet 

Bates appear before this 
Court within ten (10) daj% 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
i^^sary to protect his 
intemt in this matter. 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
DN^ty Clerk 

Thomas A. C(^or, p.q. 
4336 Viiyinia Beach Blvd, 
Virginia Beach. Va.234S2 

3/21,3/28,4/4,^11 



; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, April 4, 1979, 
at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Be^ch, Virginia. 
The following applications will appear on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Allen G. Richter requests a variance of 300 square 
feet of sign allowance to 332 square feet of sign area 
instead of 200 square feet of sign area as allowed 
orientated to the Atlantic Ocean (10 feet by 15 feet 
Dairy Queen fiag) on Lot 5, Block 19, Virginia Beach, 
19th Street and Oceanfront. Virginia Beach Borough. 

2. J. Larry Wingo requests a variance of 10 feet to a 20 
foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 
(Ocean View Avenue) on Lots 7, 8, 9, and eastern 25 
feet of Lot 34, Block 19, Chesapeake Park, Lauderdale 
Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

3. Edwin H. and Agnes M. Barker request a variance to 
allow parking of major recreational equipment in front 
of a building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lots I and 2, 
Block 1, Thalia Manor, 4213 Thalia Drive. Kempsville 
Borough. 

4. James F. and Linds F. Vaughan request a variance to 
allow parking oV major recreational equipment in front 
of a building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 41, Elizabeth 
River Shores, 405 South Military Highway. Kempsville 
Borough. 

5. Gulf Oil Corporation requests a variance of 1220 
square feet of land area to 18,780 square feet of land 
instead of 20,000 square feet of land as required for an 
automobile service station and of 10 feet to a 25 foot 
setback from Kempsville Road (pump island canopy) 
and of 9_feet to a 26 foot setback from Princess Anne 
Road (pump island canopy and car wash Gilding) 
instead of 35 feet each as required on a Parcel, 
Kempsville area, 5161 Princess Anne Road. Kempsville 
Borough. 

6. Hudgins and Associates requests a variance of 10 feet 
to a 10 foot side yard adjacent to a street (Washington 
Avenue) instead of 20 feet as required on Lot 1, and 
Property of Camp Pendleton, Parcel D. Croatan Beach, 
Lake Avenue. Princess Anne Borough. 

7. Thomas H. Willcox, Jr. requests a variance of 19 feet 
to an 11 foot setback instead of 30 feet as required of 
any yard adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean (deck) on Lot 1 , 
and half of Lot 2, Block 23, Section D, Cape Henry 
Syndicate, 7610 Oceanfront. Lynnhaven Borough. 

8. Hechinger Co. by F. Wolfheimcr, Senior Vice 
President, requests a variance of 4 feet in fence height to 

,an 8 footience instead of a 4 foot (e^cs;^ aUQW?d in a 
,, required setback from a street, ,iVJrglB»...8each 
Boukftfd) on Part of Bfbcfk 24, »ock 25, all lots 
inclusive. Part of Block 33, Block 34, all lots inclusive. 
Part of Block 41, Block 42, all lots inclusive and closed 
portions of Potomac Avenue and Cleveland Street and 
closed portion of 6th Street, Sunnybrook, 124 
Constitution Drive. Bayside Borough. 

9. Harold W. and Louise A. Smith request a variance of 
7.3 feet to a 22.7 foot front yard setback instead of 30 
feet as required (screened porch) on Lot 17, Block K, 
Section 2, Aragona Village, Jacqueline Avenue. Bayside 
Borough. 

10. Virby Realty requests a variance to allow parking in 
the required 25 foot setback from a street where 
prohibited and to waive the required landscaping in the 
setback on Parcel 23A, Airport Industrial Park, Baker 
Road. Bayside Borough. 

11. Richard R. Seese requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 5, Block E, 
Section 1, Part A, The Lakes, 3316 Rosebriar Court. 
Princess Anne Borough. 



FRANK E. BUTLER III, Escheator 

for the City of Vir^nia Beach 

IN RE: Various Properties 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that in accordance with Code S55- 
181 of the Code of Virginia that the following parcels of 
real property were escheated to the Commonwealth of 
Virginia by jury verdict dated January 19. 1979 in the 
case styled Commonwealth of Virginia, by Frank E. 
Butler, ift, Escheator, Chancery No. C78-2128-A: 

Parcel of land known as Lots 2*3, Oakwood, Tax 
or Parcel Number B-41-20-2 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 10, Oakwood. Tax or 
Parcel Number B-42-40-10, 

and 

Parcel of land known as. Burton Parcel, Tax or 
Parcel Number B-43-40-12A, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 115, 116, 26, 
Hodgman Plat, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-30- 
115, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 8, Block 1, Lakeside, 
Tax or Parcel Number C'42-4-BK-l-8. 

All of which parcels are located in the City of 
Virginia Beach and should be advertised as "owner 
unknown". 



1979 



Given under my hand this 19th day of January 



Signed: Frank E. Butler III 



Published by order of Donald Haynes, Sute Librarian. 
Under authority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Virginia. 

3/7,3/14,3/21,3/28 



FRANK E. BUTLER III, Escheator 
for the City of Virginia Beach 
IN RE: Various Propertin • 



12. Chester F. and Barbara E. Enrehzeller request a 
variance of 5 feet in building height to a 40 foot building 
height instead of a 35 foot building height above grade 
as allowed on a Parcel 7.923 acres. Broad Bay, 1696 
North Great Neck Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. Cleo Galatis by R.D. Dunnington requests a 
variance of 10 feet to a "O" setback from 12th Street 
instead of 10 feet as required (walk in refrigerated units) 
on Lou 11 and 13, Block 13, 1200 Atlantic Avenue. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify thM^ in accordance with Code §55- 
181 of tbeXjodeof yanjaiairiat th^fbttowing pafcels of 
real property were escheated to the ConunonweaJth of 
Virginia by jury verdict dated January W, 1979 in the 
case styled CoounoBircalth of Viniala, by Frank JE. 
Butler, III, Escheator, Chancery No. C78-1952A: 

Parcel of land known as Lots 13 A 14, Block 1, 
Lakeside, Tax or parcel Number C-42-4-BK-1-13, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 9, 10, 12-20, Block 2, 
Lakeside, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2-9 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 23, 24, 25, 26, Block 
2, Lakeside, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2- 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lot 27, Block 2, Lakeside, 
Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK.^27, 

and 

Parcel of land known as Lots 30 A 31, Block 2, 
Lakeside, Tax or Parcel Number C-42-4-BK-2-20. 

All of which parcels of land are located in the City 
of Virginia Beach and should be advertised as "owner 
imknown." 



1979. 



Given under my hand this 19th day of January 



Signed: Frank E. Butler III 



DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. Landmark Communications, Inc. requests a variance 
of 2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 
foot fence as allows and to allow a wire woven fence to 
encl(Me a parking area adjacent to a street where 
prohibited on Parcels A-1 and C, Greenwich Area, 
Greenwich Road. Bayside Borough. 

2. G.B. Bobb requests a variance to allow parking of a 
major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Site B of Lot 1, Block A, 
Section 5, Brandon, 1814 Rich Court. Kem{»ville 
Bwough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 

W.L. Towers 
S^n^ary 

3/21, y28 



Published by order of Donald Haynes, iSute Ubrarian. 
Under authority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Virginia. 



Notice is herein given that the City Council of the City 
of Virginia Beach will on Monday, April 2, 1979, in 
accordance with Section 24.1-36 of the Code of 
Virginia, propose the adoption of the following 
Ordinance which designates election districts and 
identifies the polling plains therein: 

Requested by: Electoral B<»rd 

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND 
REORDAIN CHAPTER 13, SECTIONS l^ 
1 AND I^2 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY 
OF VIRGINIA BMVCH AND TO 
PRESCRIBE ELECTION DISTRICTS AND 
VOTING PLACES WITHIN THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

That Sections 13- land 1 3-2 of the Code of the City of 



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Virginia Beach Public Nbticea cont'iT 



Permit No. VA0064372 
Flow: .007 MOD 



•Virginia Beach, Virginia are hereby amended and 
reordained to read as follows: 
'Section 13-1: There are hereby established in the City of 
Virginia Beach the following election districts and their 
respective voting places, as set forth below: , 



ELECTION 
DISTRICT 



VOTING PLACE5 



Receiving Stream: 
Muddy Creek, a tributary to North Bay; Chowan and 
Dismal Swamp Basin, Albemarle Sound Subbasin; 
Section I; Class 1 1 

Discharge: Proposed Domestic Discharge 

The permittee treats sewage conveyed to the treatment 
facilities. 

3/21,3/28 



Virginia Beach A 
Virginia Beach B 
Virginia Beach C 
Linkhorn 
Seatack 
Oceana 

Little Neck 
Kings Grant 
London Bridge 
Trantwood 
<jreat Neck 
Broad Bay 

Cape Henry 

Plaza 

' Windsor Woods 
Malibu 
AragonaA 
Aragona B 
Pembroke 

Chesapeake Beach 

Thoroughgood 
Shelton Park 
Bayside 
Davis Corner 



Kempsville 
.Arrowhead 
Larkspur 



Woodstock 

College Park 

Fairfield 

Bellamy 

Brandon 

Thalia 

Mount Trashmore 
Holland 
Green Run 
Courthouse 
Brocks Bridge 
Sigma 
Creeds 
Xapps Shop 
BlackwateF ~~ 
Central Absentee 

Voter 
Eleection District 



''-lOth Street and Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach Junior High School 
Cooke Elementary School 
„ Linkhorn Elementary School 
Seatack Elementary School 
Knights of Columbus Hall 
235 First Colonial Road 
^ Kingston Elementary School 
Kings Grant Elementary School 
Londorl Bridge Baptist Church 
Trantwood Elementary School 
John B. Dey School 
Lynnhaven Colony United Churck 

of Christ 
A.R.E. Building (Edgar Cayce 

Library) 
Lynnhaven Elementary School 
Windsor Woods Elementary School 
Malibu Elementary School 
Old Donation Elementary School 
Aragona Elementary School 
, Pembroke Meadows Elementary 
School 
Chesapeake Beach Volunteer Fire 

Department 
Thoroughgood Elementary School 
Shelton Park Elementary School 
Bayside Elementary School 
Bettie F. Williams Elementary 

School 
Point of View Elementary School 
===Arrowhead Elementary School 
Kempsville Meadows Elementary 

School 
Woodstock Elementary School 
College Park Elementary School 
Fairfield Elementary School 
Kempsville Junior High School 
Brandon Junior High School 
Thalfa Elementary School 
United Way Family Center 
Holland Elementary School 
Green Run Elementary School 
Courthouse Volunteer Fire Station 

Barnes Grocery Stere - 

. SandtH^iti^ Volunteer Fire Stadon 
Creeds Volunteer Fire Station 
Pleasant Ridge Barber Shop 
Blackwater Fire Station 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



Upstairs Conference Room, 
General Registrar's Office 



Section 13-2: The geographical boundaries of the 
election districts as set forth in Section 1 3- 1 are hereby 
established as delineated on a certain map prepared by 
the planning staff of the City of Virginia Beach and 
captioned "Election Districts", which map is hereby 
approved. 

The Clerk of the Council shall endorse the aforesaid 
map the date of Council's approval thereof and file the 
Original map with the minutes of this day's meeting and 
shall cause exact copies thereof to be filed with the 
General Registrar of the City of Virginia Beach, the 
Clerk of the Circuit Court and the Planning 
Department. 

Adopted by the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 
pn the 20th day of March, 1979. 

Ruth Hodges Smith, City Clerk 

3/28 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

STATE WATER CONTROL BOARD 

Tidewater Regional Office 
287 Pembroke Office Park 
Suite 310 Pembroke No. 2 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 

Telephone: 804/499-8742 

APPLICATION FOR NATIONAL POLLUTANT 

DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) 

PERMIT TO DISCHARGE TO STATE WATERS 

AND 

APPLICATION FOR STATE CERTIFICATE UNDER 

SECTION 62. 1-44.2 

ET.SEQ.OFTHECODE 

OF VIRGINIA (1930), AS 

AMENDED 

Public Notice Number: VA-TRO-M-0138 

The following discharger has applied for an NPDES 
Permit and State Certificate to discharge treated 
wastewaters into the waters of the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

Bay Restaurant, Inc. 

T/A Blue Pete's 

1400 N. Muddy Creek Kuad 

Box 7157 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456 



The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beitch 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach. Virginia on Monday April 16, 
1979, at 1:00 p.m., at which time the following 
applications will be heard: ' 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

1. 

An Ordinance upon Application of John E. and June C. 
Green for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-6 Residential District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on certain property located on the East 
side of Kempsville Road beginning at a point 400 feet 
South of Indian River Road, running a distance of 200 
feet along the East side of Kempsville Road, running a 
'i 1 cc of 500 feet along the Southern property line, 
runninli a distance of 200 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 500 feet along 
the Northern property line. Said parcel contains 2.117 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

2. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Funiand 
Corporation for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-5 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the West side of General Booth Boulevard 
beginning at a point 1100 feet more or less North of 
South Birdneck Road, running a distance of 1170 feet 
more or less along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 618 feet more or less along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 194.03 feet along 
the Northern property line, running a distance of 879 
feet more or less in a Southeasterly direction, and 
running 'a^distAnee of 50 feet along tht West .side of 
General 'BtJdtri^^iftlevard. Said ptMrdoimii^m 
acres.iLYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



of 390 feet ilong the West side of North Landing Road, 
running a distance of 190 feet along the Northern 
|M-opcrty line, and running • disiMcc of 450 feet more 
or less along the Western property line. Said parcel 
contains I.I acre, PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

7. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 2, Section 
229 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to home occupations. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 



Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 4. Section 
401 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to home occupations in the AG- 1 Agricultural District. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Plats with more d^ailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Ruth Hodges Smith 
City Clerk 

3/2«,4/4 



CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

3. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Volunteers of 
America, Inc., for a Conditiorial Use Permit for a 
residential home for the mentally 
retarded/developmentally disabled on certain property 
located on the South side of Moore's Pond Road 
beginning at a point 464.50 feet East of Baker Road, 
running a distance of 80 feet along the South side of 
Moore's Pond Road, running a distance of 330.1 1 feet 
along the Eastern property line, running a distance of 
230 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 100 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 50 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
distance of 102.73 feet in a Northeasterly direction and 
running a distance of 155 feet in a Northerly direction. 
Said parcel contains .97 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Robert H. Venner 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a duplex on certain 
property located on the North side of 12th Street 
beginning at a point 125 feet West of Cypress Avenue, 
running a distance of 50 feet along the North side of 
12th Street, running a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 50 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 140 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

5. . 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Upper Room 
Church on The Rock, Church of God in Christ, for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a church on certain 
property located on the East side of Rudder Road 
beginning at a point 733.5 feet North of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance of 250 feet along the East 
side of Rudder Road, running a distance of 132 feet 
along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
250 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 132 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains .757 acre. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Raymond and 
Melinda Kauffman for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
home occupation to manufacture dutch barns (utility 
sh«is) on cenain property located on the West side of 
North Landing Road banning at a point 352 feet 
North of the North Landing Bridge, running a distant 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, April 10. 1979. at 12:00 
Noon in the Council Chambers of the Administration 
Building, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. Planning Commission action is not a final 
determination of the Application, but only a 
recommendation to the City Council as the viewpoint of 
the Planning Commission. Final determination of tife 
Application is to be made by City Council at a later 
date, after public notice in a newspaper having general 
circulation within the city. The following applications 
will appear on the agenda: 

REFERRED BACK TO THE PLANNING 
COMMISSiON BY CITY COUNCIL ON FEBRUARY 

26. 1979: 

f 

1. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Raymond and 
Melinda Kauffman for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
home occupation to manufacture dutch barns (utility 
sheds) on certain property located on the West side of 
North Landing Road beginning at a point 352 feet 
North of the North Landing Bridge, running a distance 
of 390 feet along the West side of North Landing Road, 
running a distance of 190 feet along the Northern 
property line, and running a distance of 450 feet mpre 
or less along the Western property li|ie. Said ^rc|l 

DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY THE PLANNING 
;COMMISSIONONFEBRUARY 13. 1979: 

2. ■! - """■ 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 8. Section 
801 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to use regulations for off-street parking in the 0-1 
Office District. More detailed information is available 
in the Diepartment of Planning. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

3. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in regard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance. Subdivision for George T. 
Smith. Property located on the South side of 
Slndbridge Road, 780 feet more or less West of 
Colechester Road. Plats with more detailed information 
are available in the Department of Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Carlton E. and 
Josephine N. Coppersmith for a Change of Zoning 
District Oassification from R-5 Residential District to 
0-1 Office District on certain property located it the 
Southeast intersection of Kempsville Road and 
Providence Road, running a distance of 187.83 feet along 
the East si^ of Kempsville R(»d, running a distance of 
107.14 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 187.83 feet along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 107.14 feet along the South 
side of Pi^rtUtnct Road. Said parcel contains .462 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH, 

5, 

An Ordinan« upon Application of DeMille Enterprises 
for a Chan^ of Zoning District Classification from A-2 
AiMrtment District to B-2 Community-Business District 
on certain property located on the East side of 
Lynnhaven Parkway b^inning at a point 903.45 feet 
North of Mafic Hollow Boulevard, running a distance 
of 1205.08 feet idong the East side of Lynnhaven 
Parkway, running a distance of 1370.45 feet along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 453.67 
feet in a Southwestn-ly dirnrtion. running a distance of 
7(M.23 feet In a Northwwterly direction, running a 
distance of 2M.33 feet in a Southwesteriy direction and 
running a distance of 781.21 feet in a Westeriy 
direction. Said parcel (»ntains 17.121 Mres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

6. 

An Ordinance upon Appliation of Oliver K. and 
Margaret L. Joytwr for a Chan^ of Zoning District 
Gassificat^ from H-2 Rrtort Hotel ^strict to B-4 
Resort-Commrdal District on certain profwty looited 



at the Southeast cdmer of 20tft Street and Pacific 
Aveiue. runninf a di^an^ of 50 f«t aipni the Smith 
side of 20th Street, ninninf a distance of 140 feet along 
th« Eastern prtfptrty line, running a distance of 50 feet 
along the Soutliern |N«perty line and running a distance 
of 140 feet along the East side of Padfic Avenue. Said 
parcel contains .16 acre, VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

7. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Rose E. Bissett for a 
Change of Zoning District aasiification from R-4 
Residential Olstrict to B-2 Community-Business District 
on certain property located at the Northwest corner of 
Great Neclc Road and North Lakeside Drive, running a 
distance of 134.33 feet along the West side of Great 
Neck Road, running around a curve a distance of 42.82 
feet, running a distance of 93.64 feet along the North 
side of North Lakeside Drive, running a distance of 
149.27 feet along the Western property line and running 
a distance of 83.20 feet along the Northern property 
line. Said parcel contains .36 acre. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Funiand 
Corporation for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-5 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the West side of General Booth Boulevard 
beginning at a point 1 100 feet more or less North of 
South Birdneck Road, running a distance of 1170 feet 
more or less along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 618 feet more or less along tift Western 
property line, running a distance of 194.03 feet along 
the Northern property line, running a disunce of 879 
feet more or less in a Southeasteriy direction, and 
running a distance of SO feet along the West side of 
General Booth Beuleiwd. Said parcel contains 9.31 
acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

9. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Parker Industries 

for a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-1 

Residential District to R-2 Residential District on 

property located on Harris Road, North of Litchfield 

Road. 

Parcel I: Located on the East side of Harris Road 
beginning at a poim 380 feet more or Ifjss North of 
Litchfield Road, running a distance of 680 feet more or 
less along the East side of Harris Road, running a 
distance of 280 feet along the South side of Eagle Nest 
Point, running a distance of 790 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 280 feet along 
the Southern property line. 

Parcel 2: Located on the West side of Harris Road 
beginning at a point 470 feet more or less North of 
Litchfield Road, running a distance of 570 feet more or 
less along the West side of Harris Road, running a 
distance ot 400 faet almg theJSouth side of Eagle Nest 
Poim. JuRnfaig aroonda oifrvea4iltance')»f 138 feet ftnd 
runniitf a <fi«tanoe'of!M2.99'feet'^in aiSouttmnirlV 
directiori. ^.. 

Parcel 3: Located on the North side of Eagle Nest Point 
beginning at a point 360 feet more or less West of 
Watersedge Road, running a distance of 430 feet more 
or less along the North side of Eagle Nest Point, 
running a distance of 83S feet more or less along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 435 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a disunce 
of 743 feet along the Eastern property line. 

Said parcel contains 13.7 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 



10. 

Ah Ordinance upon Application of Robert W. Ham, 
Lowe's Companies, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit 
for outdoor storage for accessory use to sales on cotaln 
property located on the North side of Bonney Road 
(RelocMed) beginning at a point 900 feet more w less 
Southeast of Indepoidence Boulevard, running a 
distance of 233 feet along the North side of Bonney 
Road (Relocatwl), runnini a distance of 975.81 feet 
along the Eastern property line, running a distance of 
163,14 feet along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 866.97 feet along the Westwn 
property line. Said parcel contains 4.19 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

II. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Kempsville 
Presbyterian Church for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
church on certain propvty located at the Southwest 
intersection of Kempiville Road and Locke Lane, 
running a distance of 630. 19 feet alcmg the South sUe of 
Locke Lane, runnii^ a distance of 340. 1 1 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 853.39 feet 
along the Southern pn^wrty line and runnii^ a distance 
of 330 tm dong the Weit side of Kcm|»vUle RcMd. 
Said parcel contains 7 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

12. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Florence E. uid 
Patrick M. BMlfer for a Conditional Um Permit for a 
honw occumtion (private drettmaking) on (xrtain 
property located <m the South side of Mayview PlKe 
banning at a point 360 fM East of Edinburgh Drive, 
running a distaoM of 86.(8 f^t akmg the South sicte of 
Mayview P|^, ninnl^ a distam^e of 123.48 feet along 
the Eastern {Nrqmty Um, running a distan<% of 80 fm 
along the Southern pnipniy line and running a distance 
of 130 feet aHmg the Western pr^wrty line. Said parcel 
contains .^2 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

13. 

An Ordinance upon AivUntlon of Tracy Lecm Moon 
for a Ccmditional Usr Peraiit for a bicycle rental on 
certain prepay known u tN Mom's M<Hel located m 
the Itot si^ of Atlantic Avenw b^wi^ at a point 
100 fe^ mnh of 2I« Sam, runnlna a diMance of 30 






13 



Virginia Nach Public Notices cont'd 



feet along the East side of Atlantic Avenue, running a 
dtsatnce of 150 feet along the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 50 feet along the Eastern property 
line and running a distance of 150 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said parcel contains 7500 
square feet. VmoiNlA BEaCH BokotJCH. 

■ 14.' 
An Ordinan<^e upon Application of Volunteers of 
America, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit, for a 
residential home for the mentally 
retarded/developmentally disabled on certain property 
located on the South side of Moore's Pond Road 
beginning at a point 464.50 feet Ei^t of Baker Road, 
bli«ii|ningia distance of 80 feet along the South side of 
Mooi-e's l»ond Road, beginning a distance of 330. II feet 
along the Eastern property line, running a distance of 
230 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 100 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 50 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
distance of jp2.73 feet in a Northeasterly direction and 
hmning a distance of 155 feet in i Northerly direction. 
Said parcel contains .97 acre. pAYSID^ BOROUGH. 

An Ordinaiice upon Application dt t.W. and V.W. 
Hiitchinson, Jr., for a <jOiijdlftiotiar Use Permit for a 
bulk storage yard and builiifng contractor's yard on 
wrtoin property locatjbd on the South sfde of Connie 
Lane beginning at k point 450 f^t more or less East of 
Lawrence Drivei runrrmg a dirfahce of 554.55 feet along 
the South side of Coi^nie Lane, rtinninga distance of 44 
fe« along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 586.03 feet along the Southern property Kne and 
running a distance of 208.88 feet along the Western 
property line. Said parcel contains 1.615 acres. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

16. 

Application of Ernest L. Matthews, Jr., for the 
discontinuance, closure and abandonment of a portion 
of North Birdneck Circle beginning at the Southern 
boundary of Americus Avoiue, running a distance of 
190 feet more or less:ab>ng the W«stem property line, 
running a distance, of 17(^ feet iQoivocless along the 
Eastern property line and ruiuiiim#.dUtfinoeof 70 feet 
more or less aloqg-the Notthttn property line. Plats 
witli more detailed information are avaUaUe in the 
Department of Planning. L YNNHA VEN BOROUGH . 

AMENDMENT: 

.17,-: __:..- . ' ''[Z . '•■ ■";.'. ,':•'•, ;, 
jMpMfl9i.af.4he.Plai^ag.£qpuni»sifln iit tlwwCityutf 
i3faawlipW^tft^lWtlsa«tbiPt>rdidib4iiti<An2.ofi<IBg 
^~fMMMHHtfi(e(ttiMrtHitlltfMaiM«£4Nite«gMrig'^'^ 
condominium development. More detailed Jnfnmatton^ 
is available In the Department of Planning. ' ^ 

18. 

Motion of the Plsmning Conunission of the City of 
Virginia Beach 40 amoidianditsidainSectioiis 4 and 5 
of the Subdivision* Ordinance .i«l^ng:tO(^adominium 
development. More detMied iitformation is available in 
the Department of Planning. 

19. 

Motion of the Planning Comnussion of the City of 
Virginia Beych to amend and reordain Artide 6, Section 
601 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to garage apartments in the A-1 Apartment District. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

20. 

Motion of the Planning €<)mmi»ion of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article I , Section 
1 1 1 of the Comprehen^ve Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to defmitions of dwelling units. More detailed 
information is available in the Planning Department. 

21. 

Motion of the Pianiunf Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and mirdaln Artkle 2 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordntanoe pertaininf to the 
number of dwellii^ units altowed^^ p^ Im, measttronent 
of roof overhanp, off-street parking, and overnight 
parking of commercial wdiicles in residential areas. 
More detailed infonuKion i&availaUe in the Planning 
D^Mrtment. 

22, 

k%)tion of the Planning Commission of the City of 

V^ltfiia: Beach lo Amend and rebritaiti Article 7, Se^ion 

^ of the Compireh^sive Zoning iMinanoe pertaining 

tft «gn regulations in the H'iHotd. District. More 

d^iM information is available in the Planning 

Di^itment. 

23. 

Motion of the Planning Cmnmission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amemi ami ^wdain Artiefe 8, S«:tk>n 
804 of the CtrniprehensiveZonii^ Ordinance p^taining 
to s^ r^ulations in 4hr 0«l iMstrict. Kftate itoail«i 
information is av«iate in tei^nming O^Mitment. 

24. 

Motion of the PlMning^ Comi^mMi^ <^ ^Iw ^y of 
>%ginia Bench <« mm(^ ami recxMa Attide 9, 
Seplims 904 and 914 sS the Cooipretairive ^niog 
CMinawe pertaimi^ to sign r^ilMiMS m tN .B-1 
ftmness-ltoiikntial Ouukx t$A the B-2 Gmimuniiy- 
ByriiM^ IXstiict. More detaiM informatitM » avaihi^ 
in the Plannint Dei»rtmait. 



District. More detailed informaticHi is available in the 
Planning Department. 

26. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 15. 
Section 1504 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to sign r^ulatiiMs in iheC-l Arts and 
Conference District. More detailed information^ is 
available in the Planning Depart ment-.! 



Plats with more 
applications are 
Planning. 



detailed information on the above 
available in the Department of 



All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 
I^rector of Planning 

3/28,4/4 



This notice is to hereby 
inform you of the 
disoiving partnership 
known as: Claude W. 
Watkins, Jr. / Jeffery L. 
Christian, t/AC & W 
Painting & Wallpaper 
Claude W. Watkins, Jr. 
will hereby not be held 
responsible for any debts 
incurred by C 4 W 
Painting & Wallpaper as 
of February 23, 1979. 

Claude W.Waitkins, Jr. 



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In the Clerk's Office of 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 15th day of 
March, 1979. 

Anne Mathews Gaskins, 
Plaintiff, against Steven 
Lewis Gaskins, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



and Marlene Helen Davis 
Hoskins Mojan. husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Donald Eugene 
Campbell, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virgfrtii, the last 
known post office address 
beihg: 210 Benhamin 
Street, Grediwood, South 
Carolihtt 29646. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the' said Donald 
Eujgeile Campbell a|)pear 
before this 0)urt within 
tcrt (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
tOwafd the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is 'ifeceisary to 
protect his ii^tenistln this 
matter. 

a copy teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Virginia L. Cochran, p.q. 
Suite 201 Ke^psville 

Plaza Office Building 
404 South Parliament 
' Drive 
Virginia Beach, Viil 23462 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from, 
the said defendant, iwqn 

affidavit having been , r 

made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
,of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being c/o Eldon 
Gaskins, Buston, North 
Carolina <P.O. Box 67) it 
is ordered that Steven 
Lewis Gaskins do appear 
tm or before the 4th of 
May, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Oerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Qerk 



Tom C. Smith, p.q. 
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23. 

M^on of tl^ niniittif CommisMop of tlM City of 
Vijvinia Bqich to tmmd «^4 ^Nain^ Attfcte 10. 
SectiM 1004 of the C^fwehMsm ^ring Onlinam^ 
pertaining to sign r^uUuions in the 1-1 Light Imlttttniri 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia BeHdi, on the 
15th day of March. 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
Relenda Dawn H(^kim, A 
female infant, and the 
change of name of si^ 
infant to: Relemli Dawn 
Moran. 

By: Robert William 
Moran and Marlene Hden 
Davis Hoskins Moran, 
I^itioners. 

To: Donald Eugene 

Campbell 

210 Benjffflin Street 
Greenwood. South 
CaroIii»296^ 

ORDER 

This day came Robert 
William Moran and 
Marlene Helen Davis 
rtoskins Moran, 

Petitioners, and 

represent^ that the objKt 
qX this proceeding is to 
effect the adoiMion of x\m 
above nuned infant, 
Relenda Dawn Hmkins. 
by Kchen William Moran 



• : . _ ''■■ yi\ ^ ■■■-,: . ■• 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
I6th day of March, 1979. 

In Re: C3^Kn|e of name of 
Christopher Lane BaU to 
Christopher Lane 
Rodriguez 

By: Eula Bryan 
Rodriguez, Petitioner 

To: Gloi^ Marie Ball 
i92^miman Avepue 
AshvilU., North 

C»DER 
This day came EULA 
BRYAN, RODRIGUEZ, 
Petitioner, and 

represented that the object 
of 4his. proceeding b to 
effect adhange of mune of 
the above named infant, 
CHRISTOPHER LANE 
BALL to 

CHRISTOPHER LANE 
RODRIGUEZ. : and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed ihid 
GLORIA MARIE RALL, 
a natural (arent of «id 
,diiM. is a j^-resi(taM of 
tte^te ef^Viiginia. tiK 
last known post office 
address being: 192 
Mertiman Avenue, 
AshvUle, Nwth Carottna. 

It is th^fore (Mered 
that t1% laid GL0RJA 
MARIBmBALL appear 
before this Court on c^ 
befoff May 7, 19^ and 
indicate . , , her attitude 
toward the proposed 
change of name, or 
otherwise do wha| is 
nec^sary to prot^ her 
|nt(^ ijn this matte[. 

A copy vest: 

J(rfin V. FtMies 

Oirk 

^. k Curttal%^ 

Deputy C^k 

Richard JE. Payne, p.^. 
AttMn^ Ax Law 



4310 Indian River Road 
Chesapeake, VA 23325 

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Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
15th day of March, 1979 

Re: Estate of Donald 
Kahnan Levin, deceased 

SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing to the 
Court that a report of the 
accounts of Virginia 
National Bank. Executor 
of the Estate of Donald 
Kalman Levin, deceased, 
and of the debts and 
demands against his estate 
has been filed in the 
Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and that six 
months have elapsed since 
the qualification, on 
motion of the said 
Virginia National Bank. 
Executor, 

It is ordered that the 
creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the esute do 
show cause, if any they 
can, at 10:00 a.m. on the 
30th day of March, 1979, 
before this Court at its 
courtroom, against the 
payment and delivery of 
the Estate of Donald 
Kalman Levin, deceased, 
to the legatees without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

it is further ordered 
that, this Order prior to 
the above date set for 
hearing, \x published once 
a week for two successive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, newspaper 
having a general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia B«Kh. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Qerk 



City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 15th day of March, 
1979. 

Sandra Lmi Blake 
Williams, Plaintiff, 
against 

Paul Michad Richardson- 
Williams, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
of more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
c/o No. 1 Golden Yard, 
Sabey Cottage, 

Hampstead-Heath, Lon- 
don, S.W. 4. 

It is ordered that Paul 
Michael Richardson- 
Williams do appear on or 
before the 4th of May, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Alexander P. Smith, p.q. 

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Deputy Clerk 

I Ask for This: 

David P.L. Berry, p.q. 

1414 Pint Virginia Bank 

Tower 

Norfolk, Va. 23510 

3/21.3/28 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the l«h day of March. 
1979. 

John Copeland Day. 
Plaintiff, 
against C79-1 19 
BevN'ly Jane Coble Day, 
Defendant, 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

IhecriJjcctofthissuitis 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matriracHiii from 
the said defoidant, upon 
the grounds of xparation 
in excen of one yeur. 

And an affida^t having 
been made and filed that 
the defnidant is mH a 
roident of the State of 
Vir^ia, the last known 
pwt office address bdog 
Rt. 5, Box 313, Chapel 
Hill, North Carolina 
27514. 

It is ordered that 
Be^wly Jane Cc^le IXiy 
do i^jpear m w befm-e the 
1st of May, 1979. and (to 
what may he McesMry to 
prtKect \itx laicrest in this 
suit. 

A «HW-TeiW5 

John V. FratrcK, Qerk 

Linda Nod Hill. 
Deputy Clerk 

John B. Gaitfia, p.q. 
ISStomtyPout 
TOO Newtown RoMi 
Norfolk, Va.23Sfi 

3/21.3/»,4ft|,4/ll 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 15th day of March, 
1979. 

Patrida Marije Plaver 
Kober, Plaintiff, 
against C79-460 
Albert John Kober, Jr., 
Defendant. 

1 oJ lo 5ftiPSItOF..,nijV 
. flHtlBbiCATIQN ' 



The object of this suit W 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro, to be later 
merged into a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of constructive 
desertion and/or cruelty. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
c/o Albert John Kober, 
Sr., Route 2, Box 194, 
Crownsville, Maryland 
21032. 

It is ordered that Albert 
John Kober, Jr. do appear 
on or before the 7th of 
May, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
Ifl'Otect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

Linda Noel Hill, 
Deputy Cla-k 

Henry M. Schwan, p.q. 
1600 Va. National Bank 
Killding 
Norfolk, Va. 

3/21.3/28,4/4^4/11 



In the aerk's (MTice of 
the arcuit Court of tl% 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
14thdayof March. 1979. 

In Chancery #C79-437 

In re: /^toptkm (rf Michdie 
Kay R>epp«iing 

By: Jams Frames ami 
^erly Kay Grc^uky, 
Petitionei? 

To: Gerald Ernest 

Poepperling 

M5 Arn^o Del Sd 

AAwqueiqiK, New Mexico 

ORDER 

This day came James 
Francis Grogitsky and 



Beverly Kay Grogitsky, 
Petitioenrs, and 
represented ihai the object 
of this proceeding is lo 
effect the adoption of the 
above rtumed infant, 
Michelle Kay Poepperling. 
by James Francis 
Grogilsky and Beverly 
Kay Grogilsky, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Gerald Ernest 
Poepperling, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 505 Arroyo Del 
Sol, Alberquerque, New 
Mexico, 
it is therefore Ordered 



that the said Gerald Ernest 
Poepperling appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication ol 
this Order and indicate 
his/her altitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Thomas A. Connor, p.q. 

4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach. Va. 23452 

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TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE 

REAL PROPERTY 

(2201 Leeward Shore Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia) 

In execution of a deed of trust dated June 28, 1978, 
recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court bf 
the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Deed Book 
1796, at page 220, default having been made in payment 
of the debt secured thereby, the undersigned Trustees 
will proceed to sell at public auction, for cash, on April 
25, 1979, at 12:00 noon, on the front steps of the 
Courthouse Number 1 of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, the following property, tb- 
wit: 

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All that certain lot or parcel of land located in the 
County of Princess Anne, Virginia, together with " 
the buildings and improvements thereon and : 
appurtenances thereunto belonging, known, i 
numbered and designated as Lot 201-A on the plat ' 
entitled "Resubdi vision of Lots 20l, 202, 203 & 
204, Bay Island, Section - 2, Princess Anne^ 
County, Va., Lynnhaven Magisterial District," 
made by Frank D. Tarrall, Jr. & Associates,: 
February 12, 1962, reference to same being hereby 
made for a more particular description of said-' 
property. i 



(Tax Map No. 102403000002010000) 



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The sale shall be made subject to the lien of that 
certain prior deed of trust dated December 17, l%f, 
from William H. McElveen, et ux, to Merrick L 
Campbell, Trustee, recorded in the Clerk's Officfc 
aforesaid in Deed Book 940, page 258, the unpaid 
balanceofwhichwiUbeannouncedatsale.^ . .., i 

jiL-XbfelP^I'^jPfuSaiff; G*sb.LA„deposit of ten peregnt 
(10%) will be required of the successful bidder, and 
s ettlement shall be ma de on or b efore M ay 1 . 1979, ) 



Robert C. Nusbaum and Thomas F. McPhaul, Trustees* 
Suite 1010 Plaza One 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 I 

Phone: 622-3366 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING o 

e, 
Virginia: 

n 
The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall, Princess Anno 
Sution, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, April 9} 
1979, at 1:00 ^p.m., at which time the following 
applications will be heard: 

u 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: >! 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: £ 

1. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Samuel 1. White for 
a Change of Zoning District Classification from A-1 
Apartment District to B-4 Resort-Commercial District 
on certain property located at the Southeast intersection 
of 28th Street and Arctic Avenue, running a distance of 
350 feet along the South side of 28th Street, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 350 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 140 feet along 
the East side of Arctic Avenue. Said parcel contains 
1.12 acres. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of John L. Wood, 
CMive Estelle Wood, Larry A. Reynolds and G. Sharon 
Reynolds for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-4 Residential District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on certain property located at the 
southeast intersection of Kempsville Road and 
Bonnydate Rcwd, running a distance of 210 feet along 
the East side of Kempsville Road, running a distance qf 
4M f«t along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 115 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 176.35 feet in a Northw^erly 
direction, running a distamx of 1 W.2 feet in a Northerly 
direction and running a distance of 180 feet along the 
South side of BcMmydale Rom). Said pared contains 
1 .76 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinamx upon AnNiiation of Virginia Dennik 
McGm for a Chwi^ of aUming District ClassifK^ioa 
from R-6 Residential Wstrict to R-8 Residential District 
on certain pr(H>erty locatni mi the West side of Lynn 
Shores Drive banning at a point 241.7 feet South of 



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iampi Avenue, running a distance of 80.50 feel along 
ie West side of Lynn Shores Drive, running a distance 
f 216.81 feet along the Southern property line, running 
distance of §0 feel along the Western property line and 
unning a distance of 222.08 feet along the Northern 

Broperty line. Said parcel contains .42 acre. 

tEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

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Dune protection ordinance approved by City Council 



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YSIDE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Eric C. and Patricia 
F. Smith for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-5 Residential District to O-I Office District on 
certain property located on the South side of Larry 
Avenue beginning at a point 100 feet more or less East 
of Newtown Road, running a distance of 90.07 feet 
along the South side of Larry Avenue, rimning a 
distance of 135.36 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 101.16 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 133.24 feet 
along the Western property line. Said parcel contains 
.24 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of the City of Virginia 
Beach for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from B-2 Community- Business District to A-1 
Apartment District on certain property located 350 feet 
South of Virginia Beach Boulevard, beginning at a point 
1290 feet more or less East of Groveland Road, running 
a distance of 971.51 feet along^the Western property 
line, running a distance of 690 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 50 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 280 feet 
in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 50 feet 
more or less in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 246.60 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 230.98 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running around a curve in a Northeasterly 
direction a distance of 138.13 feet, running a distance of 
106.78 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 320.52 feet along the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 84.60 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction and running a distance of 170.26 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction. Said parcel is a portion of Rose 
Hall and contains 13.6 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



Ari OrdinaacR ^uj^oa^Aupliaition of National Pride 

wajsh on certain property located on the South side of 
Vifginia Beach Boulevard beginning at a point 238.37 
feet West of Rosemont Road, running a distance of 
225.09 feet along the South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance of 123.29 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 204.49 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
140 feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 
11.66 feet in an Easterly direction and running a 
distance of 27.48 feet in a Northerly direction. Said 
parcel contains .96 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 

7. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Greenco 
Corporation for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
recreational facility of an outdoor nature (amusement 
park) on certain property located on the East side of 
Atlantic Avenue beginning at the Southern boundary of 
31st Street, running a distance of 60 feet along the East 
side of Atlantic Avenue, running a distance of 150 feet 
along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
60 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 150 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains .2 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

8. 

Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 

to amend and reordain Article 7, Section 711 of the 

Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to use 

regulations in the H-2 Resort Hotel District. More 

detailed information is available in the Department of 

Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Ruth H. Smith 
City Clerk 

3/21.3/28 



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persons over 60." 

"We make them aware of the times they eat while on 
the telephone or while watching TV," Ms. Campbell 
continues. "They offer alternatives to each other. When 
someone loses 2 or 3 pounds they get a chance to tell 
about it. We recommend losing no more than two 
pounds a week. The average participant has lost seven 
to eight pounds by the end of the class." 

Looking after your weight goes beyond eating habits 
though, Ms. Campbell concludes. You don't have to 
jog, she says, "There arc infomul ways to ^t exercise, 
like not parking in the nearest parking space, or taking 
two nights of steps instead of the elevator. A lot of it 
boils down to becomingawareof your own activity." 



Planning Commission and City Council 

for a use permit. The ordinance also 

provides for exemptions. 
City Manager George L. Hanbury, at 

council's informal session, said that the 

city's concern "all along has been to 

preserve the duties." Administrative 

actions in this respect need to be codified. 

"It's not our purpose to take anybody's 

property without compensation. 
Hanbury said that the only properties 

"which we see now" in this category are 

lou in the Ch^apeake Beach area. 
Ervin said that some of the land which 

may be involved -- is under water and by 

state law belongs to the state. 
Hanbury said that only about three 

miles of beach would be affected by the 

ordinance. 
Councilman George R. Ferrell charged, 

"You're taking people's property. That's 
what they're doing in gussia. The people 
.where I live don't want to buy the beach 
front." \ 

Hanbury said the sute has missed out 
on several millions of dollars in federal 
funds because it has not passed a dunes 
protection law. He said with the 
ordinance the city may now apply for the 
funds. 

Opposition to the ordinance claimed 
the 500-foot protection ^rea was arbitrary 
and that landowners would be deprived 
the use of their property. 

Pleas were made to (defer the ordinance 
until it could be changed. 

James Kaiser, representing 1400 North 
Virginia Beach Civic League members, 
said the league favored a strong 
ordinance. It's not true, he said, that all 
landowners were opposed. A majority of 
a sample telephoned were in favor of a 
dunes protection ordinance. 

Henry Morgan, an attorney, said there 
were some loopholes in the prdinance. He 
also presented council ith legal precedent 
which supports the city's right to pass an 
ordinance without enabling legislation 
from the state. His suggestions to change 
the word "should" to "shall" were later 
accepted in the adopted version. 

P.G. Harris, president of the tidewater 
Builders Association, said the 
amendments were "crying out for 
deferral" so the City Council can have 
time to stmJxxatioji&flraposak. ■ - ' 



Speaking in support of a dunes 
protection ordinance, he said that 
builders have been inappropriately 
characterized as being opponents of dunes 
protecetion legislation. Actually, he said 
they are in favor of local control. "The 
ordinance we propose is more 
constructive." 

The builders wanted to eliminate the 
creation of an "arbitrary" areas or 
district to address primary dunes only by 
exacting definitions, to eliininate the 
conditional use permit procession favor 
of the existing Development Standards 
Ordinance, and to (irovide guidelines for 
an appeal process to Planning 
Commission and City Council. 

He said that use permits should be 
considered only in projects of 
considerable size and that standards 
should be provided where there are no 
primary dunes. 

He also asked council to take into 
consideration the large fiscal 
responsibility of compensating owners for 
land for which they have no use. 

The Sandbridge Civic League endorsed 
the ordinance. 

Curtis Basqutft, coastal engineer with 
the Norfolk District Corps of Engineers, 
read a statement from Col. Douglas L. 
Hallen, district manager, supporting the 
ordinance. 

He said that flooding in the Bay areas is 
not significantly different than flooding 
on the ocean front and that "man-made 
structures" only lead to trouble. 

Robert Jay Smith, president of the 
Chesapeake Beach Civic League, said the 
league unanimously endorsed the 
ordinance. "It's needed tonight, not 
tomorrow or next week." He said the 
TBA request for a deferral "is nothing 
more than delay Tactics... widely used to 
kill (legislation). ..The same techniques 



were used by the TBA to kill 403." He 
said the conditional use provision is 
needed for a just Interpretation of the 
ordinance. He presented a petition 
containing S21 names of supporters of the 
ordinance not included in a previous 
petition containing 931 names. 

Dean Williams said there was "no way 
the city will be liable for much money. 
You may be talking aboyt underwater 
Pfi>P«"y but the Code covers that; it is 
state property... The people who oppose 
(the ordinance) had two years for 
lmput...Let's keep it Virginia Beach, not 
Virginia Bulkhead." 

Residents of BayUke Fines and Baylake 
Beach also urged adoption of the 
ordinance. 

Charles Traub ill, chairman of the 
Resource Management Committee of the 
Virginia Wildlife Federation, said the 
ordinance is a positive stqj toward wise 
use.. ."It's unfortunate the General. 
Assembly did not see fit to enact 
(legislation) on a state-wide basis... It is 
prudent we guard our assets." He said 
that the ordinance was regulative and not 
prohibitive, and that decisions should be 
in the hands of decision nukers not in the 
hands of administrators. 

Michael E. Barney, representing the 
Croatan Beach Corporation, was opposed 
to the ordinance and especially criticized 
the definition of a primary dune. The 
ordinance restricts construction that 
would alter any dunes, he said. 

Joe Lyie, representing the Virginia 
Beach Board of Realtors, said that 
realtors did not fall into the category of 
profiteer or obstructionists. He said he 
was not opposed to a dune ordinance but 
to the present ordinance. 

He said that the bay and ocean beaches 
should not be considered the same and 
that it was artbitary to apply the same 



Trash schedule changM 

The City of Virginia Beach is planning to change the 
trash collection schedule in the area between Laskln 
Road and Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Residents will get an added bonus with the change - 
they'll be switching over from Monday and Thursday 
collections to Tuesday and Friday collections. 

The Monday-Thursday people, remember, are the 
' Ai 0"^ who '"'ss collections on Monday holidays 



setback for all the beach front. He said 
that the ordinance invites court actions. 

"What is the real purpose? Is it to stop 
development or foster flood control?" he 
asked. 

Edwin Linsley Jr. said that the city's 
reliance on permitting a policy permitting 
bulkheading at the six-foot contour line 
has worked well. The city has placed itself 
in a dangerous situation in that it fosters 
the impression that the ordinance will 
guarantee protection. "If you have a 
storm, persons may sue the city for 
damages, he said. 

B.F. Wagner, representing himself and 
six other Chesapeake Beach residents, 
charged discrimination. 

Robert J. Roskavitch, attorney 
representing Captal Investors, a company 
that owns property on Chesapeake Beach 
of which Lindsley is one of the principals, 
said the ordinance was arbitary and 
discriminatory, that the 500 foot zone 
should not be applied equally to the Bay 
and Ocean front, that the wording was , 
vague and brOad. 

Herbert Kramer, of 4802 Oceanfront, 
owner of several lots on Croatan Beach, 
said he was "not siire what is intended by ' 
the ordinance. He said the owner is left 
with uncertainty whether he can build on 
his property. He said the ordinance 
should be worked on carefully before it 
damages the value of oceanfront 
property. 

Voting for the ordinance were 
Councilmen Donald Merrick, R.L. Riggs, 
J. Curtis Payne, John A. Baum, and Reid 
Ervin; Councilwomen Meyera Oberndorf 
ind Barbara Heley; Mayor Patrick L. 
Standing and Vice Mayor J. Henry 
McCoy. 

Councilman George R. Ferrell voted 
against the ordinance and Councilman 
Clarence A. Holland was absent. Holland 
had asked that the vote be deferred so that 
he could vote on the question. 



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What do the following typical grocery Items have in 
common: ice cream, brwd. crackers, vanilla wafers, 
pizza, soup miXi gelatin mix, frozen fish and chips, hot 
cocoa mix, cheese spread, frozen waffles and cake? 

They all contain whey. 

Yet, even though whey is found in a wide range of 
products, it is still a mystery to many people. When they 
read "whey" on a nutritional label, they often 
automatically assume it is not a natural product, but^an 
"additive" 6r "chemical." 

This assumption is a mistake, according to Dr. Reed 
Lambert, a nutritionist with Foremost Foods 
Company's Research Center in Dublin, Calif. "Whey is 
a natural food containing most of milk's nutrients," 
Lambert explains. "It i$ used as a replacement for 
nonfat milk or as a protein supplement in many food 
products." 

\Vhey is a co-product of cheese processing. Of the 
milk used to make cheese, only about 10 percent ends up 
as cheese. The rest separates into the milky liquid called 
whey. The water is then evaporated from the whey, 
leaving a powder that looks much like bleached flour. 

"Because it is a natural derivative of milk, whey 
contains many of milk's important nutrients, such as 
protein, riboflavin (b2), niacin, and lesser amounts of 
vitamin A, thiamin (bl), phosphorus, magnesium and 
sodium," Lambert noted. "Whey is also a good source 
of calcium, the principal nutrient that millions of 
Americans still lack in sufficient quantities." 

On nutritional labels, whey is most frequently listed 
as either "whey," "dry whey," or "modified whey." 
Dry whey, as well as all other whey food grade 
products, has had the water removed by evaporation. 
Some modified wheys have had M>me of the milk's 
minerals or salts removed to make them more 
compatible with certain food products. Others have 
increased protein concentration levels to provide 
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For about % percent of taxpayers, Congress has 
designated a minimum amount of income that is not 
subject to taxation. This amount is called the zero 
bracket amount. The zero bracket is automatically 
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Congress also has allowed $750 for each exemption. 
For taxpayers who can use the Tax Tables, the 
exemption allowance also is computed into the tables. 

The zero bracket amount is based on a taxpayer's 
filing status as follows: 

Married filing joint return $3,200 

Qualifying widow(er) with dependent child . . . $3,200 

Single. $2,200 

Unmarried head of household $2,200 

Married filing separately $1 ,600 

If you are single, with no dependents, you 
automatically are allowed $750 for your exemption and 
$2,2^ for your zero bracket amount for a total of 
$1,950, the minimum amount at which most single 
taxpayers are required to file a return. 

In addition, there is a law that temporarily allows a 
general tax credit. This credit also is computed into the 
Tax Tables. Therefore, you will notice in the Tax Table 
for a single individual that a tax liability is not imposed 
until the individual's income is $3,200. However, you 
are still required to file a return if your income is at the 
minimum level for your filing status. 

Some part-time 
workers due refunds 

Certain workers who had low incomes last year and 
Federal tax withheld from their salaries may be eligible 
for tax refunds. But, these workers must file a Federal 
tax return in order to get their refunds, according to the 
Internal Revenue Service. 
Often taxpayers do not file because their low earnings 
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"No matter what form it comes in. it is always a natural 
milk product. 

"In addition to its nutritive vahie, whey is also the 
most economical dairy product available for use in food 
products," Lambert continued. Nonfat dry milk 
(NFOM), for which whey is often siibstituted, costs 
approximately 75 cents per pounds under the U.S. 
Department of Agriculture's price support program. 
Whey, which is not government price-supported, costs 
an average 14 cents per pound currently. 

However, Lambert explains that, "Because of the 
di^erent levels of |»t>tein in whey and nonfat dry milk, 
a better way to compare their costs is by figuring the 
cost pel- pound of protdn, keqiing in mind that there is 

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Because of this significant cost savings, food 
processors are turning jnore and mor^ to whey products 
ta maintain nutritional quality and to help hold down 
their ingredient costs. This results in lower food costs 
for consumers. In the past 10 years, toul U.S. whey 
powder production has more than doubled from and 
estimated one billion pounds in 1965 to more than 2.3 
billion pounds in 1976. As the country's largest 
processor of whey products, Foremost Foods 
Company's Industrial Foods Division leads this 
production. 

In the future, consumers can expect to see whey listed 
even more often on thdr fbod labels, according to 
Lambert. Already, food researchers have developed 
several new usn fw the product. Scientists at the 
Department of Agriculture's Eastern Regional Research 
Laboratory have isroven that whey-enridied pasta is 
almost as nutritious as milk. Pavel Jden of Canada's 
University of Alberta has co^^ted a heat-coagulated 
whey substance which can serve as both citicker spread 
and meat extender. 

Other innovative whey r«Hp« include Michi^n State 
Unviersity's 0-way« a protein liquid meal combining 

whey and orange juice, 

and a whey sherry, 

invented by Father E. R. 

Engel of Palmer, Alaska. 

There is even a whey fruit 

sherbet under 

development. 

"Increased cheese 

consumption, rising food 

costs, and better 

utilmition of whey in both 

established and new 

products will all Ind to 

more food products 

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working a few hours a week, and other part-time 
workers, are generally in this category. 
Basically, the income requirements for filing are: 

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arc not required to file a Federal tax return. 

— Singles 65 and older who earned less than $3,700 
don't liavc to file. 

—Married couples under 65 years of age must have 
earned a combined gross income of $4,700 before they 
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document only transfers the 
ownership of the seller to you 
as buyer-no matter how 
limited it may be. 

In addition, a deed may be 
defective and create ex- 
pgarivA dif ficulties for the 
buyer — as a 
purchaser 
learned in an 
eastern state. 
A p p r o X I- 
mately six 

"years after 

McAirfifh completing 
purchase, this buyer dis- 
covered Uiat the description 
of his property was incorrect 
in the deed. As a result, his 
real estate oveiiapped four 
feet onto adjoining land. 

It was apparent that a legal 
proceeding was necessary to 
correct the deed and an attor- 
ney was retained to handle 
the matter in court. For- 
tunately, the buyer had <A- 
tained owner's title insuianoe 
at the time of his real aatate 
purdisae. Under tte owner's 
title coverage, the eonectivc 
work was paid for by the title 
poipfiany to pfrevent financial . 
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refund coming by checking their Form W-2, Wage and 
Tax Sutement. / 




How you feel when you 
swing your dubs shouM be 
the most important factor 
when you are seketing your 
woods. 

If you feel comfortable 
with your dubs, you swing 
witti confidence. 'That alone 
will improve your fame. And 
youll fisel most comfortable 
with dubs that pwmit you 
to stand relatively upright so 
your swing is fertical rather 
than flat. This means you 
must choose club lengtiis 
th^ fit. 

Fit depends on arm length, 
not hei^t. If your finger tips 
are 27 to 30 inehee from the 
ground witii your anns hang- 
ing naturally at your udes, 
then you need standard- 
lengtii dubs. 



AUTO RECYCLERS 
NOW BUYING 

HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 



•*Juflk Autos 
•Radiators 



•Batteries 
•Free Tewinc 



CHESAPEAICI 
SALVAei CORP. 



1618 Stesi street 487-6610 



Looking for a loveaUe pet? 




What's Up Doc? 



Are you oftoMmg a mw 
pnctka or changing locathna? Tako 
out an ad In tho POST/SUN ang w'U 
got tho word out to all your pathnta 
and fiwyfre evon soma now onos. 

CALL 5474571 Ask for Uri Hunt 



JOYCE STAR, now doing 
horoscopes for the general 
public. Classes forming 
soon,^ please call for 
information, 497-2891. 

2-tf 



LEARN TO PAINT 
CHINA - enjoyable and 
rewarding, Virginia Fuller 
teacher, beginners, 
intermediate, advanced 
instructions, for 
information call 464-4% 1 . 
2-tf 

CAMP FAIR HAVEN - 

$70 per week. 

Harrisonburg, Va. in the 
beautiful Blue Ridge 
Mountains Boys & Girls 7- 
14 yrs. June 16 to August 
18. Campers accepted for 
1 to 9 weeks. Riding, 
swimming sports, crafts, 
hiking, archery, nature 
study. Good food, 
accommodations, Write 
for FREE FOLDER- Box 
629(D) Harrisonburg, Va. 
22801, phone 774-8253. 

2-6-79 



WEDDING DRESS - 

$250. value!! Size 16. 
Ready for a bride! $150. 
or make offer. 423-1761 . 
2-4-11 



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PRODUCTS 

MEMBERSHIP 

AND 

DISTRIBUTORS 



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TIRED OF CLOWNING 
AROUND? Try hiring 
"Wonder Woman" for 
your parties! Children 
love it! Reasonable rates. 
489-7447. 2-tf 

SPRING - SUMMER 
CLOTHING, Men's 
women's, children's. All 
sizes - good prices. 
THINGS UNLIMITED 
NEW AND USED, 501 
Virginia Beach Blvd. 428- 
7841. 2-tf 



REMEMBER MOTHER 

on Mother's Day with 
Photographs. LEIGH 
PHOTOGRAPHIC SER- 
VICE. 482-1312. 2-5-9 

FEMALE ROOMMATE 
WANTED - to share 
house with same. 
CHESAPEAKE area. 
$150. Monthly, plus half 
utilities. One small child 
OK. CALL 543-7800. 

2-4-11 



PARTY FUN - Add'! 
electrifying fun to your"' 
next party or dance with a ''' 
realistic TV super hero. ^ 
Get fun for all ages.-' 
Wonder Woman, 
Spiderman, Superman,-' 
The Incredible Hulk,: 
Bateman/Robin, Dr.''- 
Strange, available - 
exclusively through Image 
Master Attractions of Va. 
For availability and rates 
phone 489-7447 10 a.m.- 
10 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 397- ' 
8837 10 a.m.-4 p.m. only ^ 
Mon.-Fri. or write Image '- 
Master Attractions, P.O.' 
Box 506, Portsmouth, Va. ' 
23707. 2-tf- 



PERSONALIZE YOUR .; 
WARDROBE! Blouses,;^ 
ties, purses, etc.-^ 
Monogramming by '^ 
DEBBY! Children's ' 
clothing monogrammed ; 
also. For further : > 
information contact.. 
Debby at 420-4845. 2.4-4);: 




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545-2978 



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S-Autofflobilts for Salt 



Christian woman 

wanftd to share home 

with same in Great Bridge 

area. Kitchen privileges. 

; Please call 481-3477 or 

'482-1768. 2-tf 

•r» — ' — — ' — " — 

•FLEA MARKET CRAFT 
-SHOW - Saturday, April 
-2fc; lOa.m. to 7 p.m. 308 

15th St., Va. Beach. 

TABLES TO RENT! 
■Keep your profits! Call 

428-0427 or 481-3330. 
. ;• 2-4-18 

^ "Sf : 

diL PAINTING 

Reproductions, i 

NviH reproduce any photo 
into oil painting. 421- 
7544. Uf 

GERALDINE BRISCOE 

was your maiden name, 
jft'e have had no contact 
with you for 25 years. We 
do not know your present 
name - Please call your 
younger sister collect, Rita 
Priscoe Gamaldi. 516-475- 
1?79. 2-5-2 

9 S UNIFORMS have 
moved from Battlefield 
Executive Center to 
COLLEGE PARK 
SQUARE II - Nationally 
advertised brands - come 
in/compare. 420-4950. 

2-4-4 



CARS -1975 Dodge Dart - 

air conditioned. #6 
inspection sticker $1800. 
And a 1974 Ford 
Maverick 3 speed. A/C#3 
inspection sticker. $1550. 
Evenings. 464-6357. 6 



73 OLDS-CUTLESS 
SUPREME . - Air 

conditioned, Automatic 
Transmission, Power 
steering and brakes. 
AM/FM radio, good 
condition, good tires, new 
battery-MUST SELL. 
853-7643 or 8«53-3828. 

6-3-28 



73 FORD VAN - E200. 

CARPETED, ice box, and 
sink. 302 straight shift. 
Radial tJres. $1500. Days - 
547-5755 Nights 420-2552, 
6-4-11 

FORD TORINO 

WAGON - 1969, low 

mileage, brand new tires. 
Black with wood trim. 
$495. or make offer. 545- 
6933 anytime. 6-4-11 

FORD LTD WAGON - 

1969, 429 V8 engine. New 
rear tires, original 
upholstery, A/C. 
Excellent! 3 miles from 
iNorthwest River Park, 
421-9567. 6-4-11 



1974 CUSTOM BUICK 
EI.ECTRA - 4 door, full 
power. LOADED! 19,000 
miles. BE SMART! Get a 
Buick $3,000. 464-6569. 

6-4-18 

BATTLEFIELD MOT- 
ORS 449 N. Battlefield 
Blvd. now serving Great 
Bridge - featuring 
transportation specials - 
your second car 
Headquarters - Grand 
Opening DISCOUNTS. 
547-7800. 6-3-28 

FORD 1976 CUSTOM 

500, Vinyl top, air 
conditioned, power 
steering, cruise control - 
good tires. Excellent 
Condition. Priced Right! 
420-4631. 6-3-28 

BUiCK - 1976, Park 
Lane, 225 Limited. 
Company Executive 
automobile with 50,000 
miles. Fully loaded, tn 
above average condition. 
Newly painted Silver. 
Maroon crushed velvet 
interior. Extensive list of 
options. Contact Jim 
Gasser 340-2477 between 
8:30 and 5. 6-3-28 



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CHURCH SCHOOL BUS 

- Excellent condition. Go 
get those kid$ in this 20 
scat 1966 CMC Bus. Very 
Reasonable!! 547-5755 or 
420-2552. 7-4-11 



Mm'TUASPEEDOt 

Drive with can, don't be ■ 
speeder, you nught run over a 
want ad reader! 



1977 17Vi Fl. Prowler 
travel trailer. One owner. 
Used 5 times. Sleeps 6. 
PERFECT! $3,000. 424- 
9190 7-3-28 

1976 CHEVROLET PICK 
UP TRUCK - 28,000 
miles. New tires, just 
tuned, AM/FM radio, 
power steering and 
brakes. AUTOMATIC. 
Scottsdale Series, 6 
cylinder. $3200. Or best 
offer. Call 482-1768 after 
4 p.m. 7-3-28 



MI»torcyclM-Scoot«rs 



HONDA- 1976, GL- 1000, 
everything on it you can 
put on a cycle! 6,000 
miles. Call 460-0039 or 
490-1323. 9-4-18 



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1975 CHEVY PICK UP - 

Vi ton. Good condition. 
38,000 miles on it. Please 
call 482-1312. 7-4-18 

JEEP - Summer fun can 
be yours in this 1965 
Universal with lockouts, 
spare tire carrier, hitch, 
AM-FM. 399-3460. 7-4-18 



U-loats. MariM 



^ Oriental^ 
Rugs 

WANTED 

Will Pay Cash— 

OUR TRUCK WILL PICK UP AND PAY 

YOU CASH FOR YOUR OLD ORIENTAL 

RUGS! 

PHONE NORFOLK 

804-461-3834 

collect 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 
FOR 

People planning Homes 
& Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE 
333 Providence Rd. 



ROLL fiberglass matting, 
brass water pump and 
cooler, brass rudder, brass 
valve and nipples. Various 
sizes and lengths of brass, 
bronze and stainless steel 
screws. 545-0902. 11-3-28 



MARKETPLACE 

Hie dasiified lection of your 
hometown newipaper it 
essentially Uie bulletin t)oard and 
market place of the conununiiy. 
It locates the interested customer 
at no other advertising can do. 
This is because the customers in 
your neighborhood turn to the 
dattiried pages and search out 
the advcrttemoit for what he or 
her wants to buy. 



RK;ATTA - 17 ft. Ski 

Boat. Silver melalflake 
with 150 hp. Mercury 
outboard. Trailer, skiis 
and life jackets. $3550. 
464-5889. 11-4-18 

SAILM ASTER - 26 ft. 

Fiberglass Sloop, fully 
equipped. 4 sails, depth 
sounder. Beautiful lines. 
,$11,000,855-9952.11-4-18 

CABIN CRUISER - 28 

footer - inboard, sleeps 4, 
galley, stand-up head. 
$3900 or best offer. 464- 
1161. 11-4-18 

THUNDERBIRD - 15 

footer. 55 Evinrude, 20 
hours, new seats, bilge 
pump, new battery and 
box, trailer, all required 
gear. $2150. Evenings - 
587-3645. 11-4-4 

BASS BOAT - MONARK 
MCFAST - 5. silver and 
black metalflake high 
performance hull, 115 hp 
Mercury, new brute motor 
guide, drive on trailer, 
fully equipped. 340-2073. 
11-4-18 

FIBERFOAM - 1979 
Waikiki, 17 ft., with a 
Johnson 115 hp motor. 
Plus an E-Z loader trailer! 
Under warranty $6395. 
625-4936. 11-4-18 

CAL-21 FIBERGLASS 
SLOOP swing keel, 6 HP 
OBM. Main and Jib sails, 
head, trailer. Sleeps 4. 
Excellent condition. 428- 
8422. 11-4-4 



SEA RAIDER - New, 24 
foot cuddy cabin. Deep 
design ocean hull, fully 
loaded. 250 H.P. OMC 
SPECIAL $9950. Diesel 
available. KENNY'S 547- 
5444. 712 Oak Grove Rd. 
11-3-28 



CETA - SECRETARY 1 

$6,744 annually. 
Individual must have good 
knowledge of office 
terminology with a 
minimum typing speed of 
40 WPM and short hand 
speed of 80 WPM or 
dictaphone skills 
completion of a standard 
Wgh school course is 
required. Test required. 
Individuals interested in 
being certified for this title 
1 1 Cei a Position contact 
the Va. Employment 
Commission, 3820 Va. 
Beach Blvd. Va. Beach, 
Va. 23452. 804-486-1893. 
13-3-28 

WANTED - Ambitious - 
self starter who likes to 
meet people. No 
experience or education 
required. Wt train. Call 
482-3195 before 9 a.m. or 
between 4 and 7 p.m. 

13-4-4 

SALES HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS - 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful, 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
4040. No investment 
required. 13.tf 

SHARP HOMEMAKER 
PARTY PLAN PEOPLE 

- Experienced Working 
With Other Women??? 
Hire, Train people from 
home 6 months of year. 
Absoliitely no investment. 
Training provided. Can 
also manage retail 
Christmas Store, Nov. 
Dec. Call Collect. June, 
816-763-7272. TOYS & 
GIFTS HOUSE OF 
LLOYD 13 



CETA ■ CLERK TYPIST 

I, $6,144 annually, 
Individual must have good 
knowledge of office 
•terminology with a 
minimum typing speed of 
40 WPM. Completion of a 
standard high school 
course is required. 
Individuals interested in 
being certified for this 
Title II Ceta-position 
contact the V«. 
Employment Commission 
3820 Va. Beach Blvd. Va. 
Beach. Va. 23452 «)4-486- 
1893. 13-3-28 



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HELP WANTED • 

NURSE, choose your 
area, shift, patient, in 
home-hospital. CALL 
461-5756 QUALITY 
CARE. Equal opportunity 
employer. 13-4.11 

SHAKLEE - be your own 
boss; no lay offs, free 
training, unlimited 
income. Many fringe 
benefits. Call 428-0823, 
497-6304 or 545-2978. 

13-4-11 



ADDITIONS 

ENCLOSURES 

All Types of Home 
Remodeling 

FREE ESTIMATES 

428-7419 



EARN VACATION 




4330 Bainbridge Blvd. 
Chesapeake 

Franks 
Fantasies, 

Hair Fashions 






Triple Decker 
Antique 

Emporium 

We buy and sell 

Dealers welcome 

Tues-Sat. 8:30 to 5 p.m. 

545-2001 




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ADVERTISING SALES 

representatives - If you are 
looking for a career 
opportunity that is 
challenging and 

rewarding, we have a 
position that nyiy interest 
you. You will work from 
out^pppos PR, JatUdOciW A 
Blvdfi*^ R^AfHiont H<iiMH» 
where you will learn many 
phases of the community 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
learn. You must have a 
sales background and 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fuUtlme 
position with Bylerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Please write Sheldon 
Kelly, Byerly 

Publications, P.O. Box 
1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
23320. 13-tf 



SOCIAL WORKER - 

College grad with a 
baccalaureate degree and 
a major, sequence, or 
concentration in 
undergraduate prepara- 
tion for social welfare, 
including field experience. 
A yr. of social work 
experience may be 
substituted for the 
required sequence, 
(Concentration or major, 
but not for a 
baccalaureate degree. 
Should reside in 
Chesapeake, Norfolk, 
Suffolk, ■ Portsmouth, or 
Va. Beach Cities, Va. 
Starting salary S844 per 
month. As vacancies 
occur applicants will be 
considered as they become 
eligible. State application 
for employment forms are 
>*!i!Pftte JtemjHd jhQuld 

MActi.af, .ismrmt'UKti 
Va. Employment 
Commission offices or 
Office of Recruitment ft 
Examination, 817 E. 
Franklin St., Richmond, 
Va. 23219. An equal 
opportunity employer. 13 



CAREER SALES 
OProRTUNITY - with 
Metropolitan life. Starting 
salary negotiable. 
Excellent opportunity for 
advanceinent. Outstand- 
ing benefits. Call Mr. 
Spencer, 397-3403. 13-4-1 1 

JEWELRY AND GIFTS 
WHOLESALE! Sub 

wholesaler kit SIO. Party 
plan Master Kit SIO. 
Refundable!! Lifetime 
guarantee on Jewelry. 
499-0010 O.C. GIFTS, 
P.O. Box 62282, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23462. 1 3-4- II 

FREE JEWELRY KIT!! 

Earn high commission. 
Lisa party plan or sell 
direct. Call for free 
catalog and literature on 
Toll Free 800-63 1-1258. 

13-4-4 

REPORTERS - General 
assignments, features, 
news editing with weekly 
newspapers in Southside 
and Tidewater Virginia. 
Prefer journalism school 
background and some 
experience. Must have 
good typing ability and be 
willing to learn news 
photography. If you are 
Interested In more details, 
write David Woodroof, 
Byerly Publications, 1000 
Armory Drive, Franklin, 
Va. 23851 13-tf 



ELDERLY LADY 
WISHKS to share home 
with same. Light 
housekeeping duties. Will 
receive weekly pay. 484- 
2257. 13vt-18 



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CHILD CARE - Great 
Bridge section of 
Chesapeake. Part time or 
full time. Your child 
would receive best of care. 
Experienced mother, 
references furnished. 547- 
7264. 14-4-11 

WILL > CARE FOR 
ELOERY lady In my 
Christian home. Excellent 
care. Reasonable rates. 
Please call 543-9469. 

14-4-18 

DO YOUR WORK 
AROUND SOUTHERN 
SHOPPING center? I'll 
babysit for you while you 
work. Hot Lunches, 
Prices reasonable!! 583- 
8766. 



RELIABLE PERSON 
WANTED to represent 
National organization in 
this area. You will be 
required to pick up and 
deliver also receive and 
remail financial papers 
from your own address. 
Honesty, dependability 
and pleasing personality 
are main requirements for 
this permanent position. 
Good rate of pay. Apply . 
UNITED 
ASSOCIATES. 305 
Walbridge Bldg., Buffalo, 
N.Y. 14202. 13 



CHILD CARE - my home 
- Kings Grant Area. TLC. 
Fenced yard. 3 years and 
up. Monday - Friday. 
Lunch provided. 486- 
5858. 14-4-4 

CHILD CARE - In my 

home - references 
available. Kings Grant 
Area, fenced yard. 
Motherly love. Balanced 
meals, call 340-2788. 
1^ 



BABYSITTING - My 

home, Curlew Dr. Area. 
Hot meals. 2 years or 
older. Experienced and 
loving. Please call 424- 
9671. 14-4-4 



BABV-8ITTEir<NffiE0eD' 

. - yWi^ hotoif'br inlkel- 
Week-days. Norcova 
Estates. Please call after 
4;30 for interview. 547- 
4713. 13-4-14 



iS-DiiiliiMt Opptilunily 



WE BUY & SELL 

UMd Brty Furniture 

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We ca^ral afford to do less than the best. We will print your 
school iMper, religious or professional publications or 
newsleltere. 

The PC^T and SUN have a skilled staff of printers, artists 
and graphic technicians to produce quality publications. 

Onr presws flM typesetting equipment are of the highest 
quality and our dedication for excellence in reproduction ii a 
tradition. For further information and quotes please call 
547-4571. 



Tired of advertising? 

Let us advertise for you ! 

We provide free, no (Nbligation, service 

to property managers and home owners 

with property to rent. 

CALL FOR DETAILS: 
497-3577 

20th CENTURY 

RINTALS, INC. 

43a iMWTOwii ro., V. aiacM 



T.I.S. RANGE 

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HUR-SUN 
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TIRED OF 

HOUSEWORK? Need 
extra income? Earn 
S6./10.00 per hour 
average working from 
home in Chesapeake in 
Virginia Beach calling on 
customers Phone 
necessary. Use of car 
necessary on occasion. 
Call 425-71 19 

13tf 



NEED EXTRA INCOME 

- We have the answer. For 
appointment call 482-3195 
before 9 a.m. or between 4 
and 7 p.m. 13-4-4 

RUBBERMAOE PARTY 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money! NO 
PACKING, DELIVER- 
ING OR INVESTMENT. 
Sells itself. High 
commission paid. 
Managers needed. 424- 
3843 

13-3-28 



Girr*Hwii5 ^A|4i^.i 

EXCITING world 'of * 
Chinchilla breeding. Small 
investment, large return. 
For appointment, 499- 
3278 between 3:30 and 
7:30 p.m. 15-tf 

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MONEY? BUSINESS k 
PERSONAL LOANS - 

New or existing Business 
or Personal loans 
available by mail on your 
signature. 1,000. and up 
... Unlimited Private 
Funds ... Apply with 
details to ... UNITED 
ASSOCIATES. 305 
Walbridge Bldg. Buffalo, 
N.Y. 14202 15 



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2n<J, 3rd MORTGAGES - 
on private homes, 
duplexes, commercial 
pr6perty, apartments, 
motels, shopping centers, 
etc. 3.000. to 5,000.000. 
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rates... Apply with details 
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STALLS - for lease, good 
location. Riding area with 
jumps! Calf roping 
available! English and 
western riding welcome! 
427-5660 or 427-5 1 56. 

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CABINETS, DESKS • 

ftm^ to order, Fufniiuit 
wKJnisMBg. QuMUty work, 
retionable pffcet. Free 



SMALLISH DOG 
HOUSE FOR SALE - 

CHEAP! Green, in good 
condition. 482-1768. 23-tf 



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PUD'S - Ceramics, 
Certified Duncan 
Teacher. Complete line 
Duncan products. 
Greenware. Firing. 
Unique gifts. Free 
beginnei's classes. 2213 
Potters Road. 463-0437. 
19-tf 



TATTOOING; provide 
permanent indentification 
for your dog!! Traceable 
indentification through 
the National Dog 
Registry! Prevents theft 
and Research Laboratory 
Experimentation! 461- 
5405. 23-4-4 

SOLVE MONEY WOUUB 

How to help iotve mooty 
worries! Let daniHed Mb in 
your hamclowii amtptpet idi 
things you BO kmger.need and 
on do without. Low cost and 
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SECONDS AND 

ALMOST NEW/ infants, 
childrens and maternity 
clothes. Seasonable 
consignmenu accepted in 
excellent condition. 
MOTHER AND CHILD. 
Princess Anne Plaza 
Shopping Center. 340^ 
0380. 23.3-2S 

SINGER FVTUBE NS . 

Good condJiioB. With 
carrying case. All 
attachments. Sews GreatI 
Call 340-2713. 23-4-18 



CHEST FREEZER • in 

excellent condition S«5., 
apartment sizell 
Refrigerator, coppertone, 
J7 cubic foot with ice 
maker, $185., apartment 
size refrigerator, $85. 
Prices dickerable! 625- 
61 W. 27^11 



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TUNE IN ON THIS 

Wooden Clarinet, RrencH 
made, in velvet casing. 
Used a little by school girl. 
In need of aomt minor 
repairs. $25.00 Pl«fe Call 
482- 1768 after 5:30 P.M. 
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NEWLY UPHOLSTER. 

ED 2 piece living room 
setl $50. Also 2 other 
reupholstered sets at $65. 
and $75. I DO 
UPHOLSTERY WORK - 
ALL KINDS! 587-2165. 
27-5-16 

REFRIGERATORS - 2 
S85. each. WASHER and 
DRYER both for $150. 
STOVE for sale $85. 
Color TV $185. Prices 
negotiable! 545-9330. 

27.tf 



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GROOMERS AND 
HANDLERS SPECIAL 

now going on. Full line of 
supplies at THE LEASH 
& COLLAR SHOP 3818 
Granby St. 627-0530. 

22-4-4 

WEIMARANER PUP- 
PIES - AKC registered. 6 
weeks old. Shots, show 
quality. Good disposition. 
Parents available for 
viewing. $150. terms 
available. 583-9421. 

22-4-11 

GERMAN SHEPARD 
PUPPIES -^Registered, 
shots, wormed. Ready to 
go. Black and tan, grey 
and black, black and grey! 
583-0987. 22-4-11 

CAIRN TERRIOR PUPS 

- AKC registered. 8 weeks 
old, shots and paper 
trained! 587-7115 or 622- 
0500. 22-4-11 



RIDING BOOTS - black 
leather, all hardware 
included, size 7. Breeches, 
2 pair. Beige size 7. 
Blouse, beige, included. 
Buy part or all. 340-7457. 
25-4-11 



OIL FURNACE and 

ducts. Good condition. 
Enough duct work for 6 
room house including all 
pipes and thermostate!! 
$150,487-2727. 25-4-11 

CUNDER BLOCKS-ISM 

12 oinch. Never used! 
Grade- 1. Sold by lot only, 
will not deliver - 428-6928 
or428-9186. 25 



ANTIQUE riANO - 

Excdlent ccmtftion. Made 
In 188S. Bradberry. $400. 
- negotiable! CaU anytime 
583-5118. 26.3-21 

REPRODUCTION OF 
ANTIQUE GLASS -Turn 

of the century • wiique - 
exquisite. Sample prices. 
Many different items to 
choat from. Sciflng out! 
48M768 after 6:00 p.m. 
26-tf 



■ AS FURNITURE CO. 

Unbelievable LOW 
PRICES. We buy and sell 
USED A NEW 
YESTERYEAR furniture 
at YESTERYEAR prices. 
625-3376 27-tf 



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GUITAR; Applause 
parabolic Accostic: 
excellent condition. All 
warranty and instruction 
papers. Case included. 
$140. or BEST OFFER. 
Call after 6 p.m. 428- 
0910. 3(M.4 

ENJOY BIG SAVINGS on 

beautiful WINTER 
PIANOS at warehouse 
prices. All finishes A styles. 
PEAL & TOLLISON 
P|ANO WAREHOUSE, 
5312 Va. Bch. Blvd.. 
Building E. 490-1653 30-tf 



IT'S SPRING Planting 
Time! Free copy 48-|?g. 
Planting Guide Catalog in 
color - offered by 
Virginia's largest growers 
of fruit trees, nut trees, 
berry plants, grape vines, 
landscape plant material. 
Waynesburo Nurseries - 
Waynesboro. Va. 22980. 
35-3-28 

ONION SETC - vegetable 
seeds - Stark Fruit Trees - 
strawberry, asparagus 
plants at - OLD 
DOMINION LAWN & 
LEISURE, 1300 N. 
dtfttlefield Blvd. 547- 
7111. 35-3-28 



TRACTOR WORK 
DONE - make your land 
ready for planting. 
Garden, grading, mowing, 
discing, plowing and 
bush-hog work. 547-2554 
or 547-7534. 35-3-28 



1974 CASTLE MOBILE 
HOME for sale! 12 x 52 
ft. Will sell for pay-off. 
Call after 6 p.m. 545- 
2040. 40-4-18 



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JAKE'S MAINTEN-' 
ANCE AND REPAIR 
SERVICE - all types of 
jobs done - home or yard. 
Work guaranteed. Call 
anytime. 468-2678. Free 
estimates. 71-4-4 



LOVELY furnished 1-2 
bedroom appt. with color 
T.V. Available through 
May. Reasonably priced. 
Pacific West Apartments. 
Motel 306 29th St. 428- 
3633. 423-0888. 45-tf 



GRAND PIANO 

WANTED - In any 
condition, preferable 
Steinway. Mason-Hamlin 
or other quality make. 
Cair colled 804-358-1920 
or 804-359-4611. 30-4-25 



GILL NETS-CUSTOM 
MADE, any length. Ideal 
for fishing off beach. 
Complete rig - net, 2 
anchors and bouys. Call 
425-7246 for price 
quotation! ' 25-4-4 

EARLY AMERICAN- 

hand crafted items for 
sale. Early American 



ANTIQUE EUROPEAN 
SIDEBOARD. Tresell 
table and 4 chairs - 
European antlqi»tl 
Custom insulated drapes. 
84x100 In., 84x75 in,. 84 
X 150 in. Spanish guitar 
with case. 468-2927. 

26-4-18 

ANTIQUE SIDEBOARD 

- over too years old! 
HepplewHite reproduc- 
tion! From the Emmerson 
Collection of Portsmouth, 
Va. F(Mr infemMimi call 
423-0606. 36-4-14 

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PUPS - 3 good litters, ath 
champion lines -.large 
boned. healthy, 

guaranteed. Terms. Come 
and compare. 488-8085. 
22-tf 

GOLDEN RETREIVER 
PUPS - 5 weeks old. Just 
weaned. Shots. 

Professionally de- 
wormed. No papers. $30. 
464-1 126 or 587-4621. 

22-3-28 



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BASENJI FEMALE, 
SMALL BARKLESS 

house-pet. Excellent 
disposition. Impressive 
pedigree. Housebroken! 
Non-shedding, odorless. 
Moving-must sell. Please, 
call 423-1516 

22-3-28 

'ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 

weeks old, r^stered with 
papers, $M.OO each. 421- 
9469 after 5. Both parents 
are excellent tree dogs. 

22-tf 

ABY^INIAN KITTENS 

- $125. Come early!! 
Black Manx Male 
Champion A Steal at $50. 
UNUSUAL and unique 
pets. 480-1M9. . 22-4-4 



FREE KITTENS - 3, free 
to good home. 6 months 
old. Affectionate. 
Excellent pets for young 
families or Senior 
Citizens. 547-2952.22-4-18 

YORIBHIRE TERRIOR 

* a real buy at only $130.! 
Registered male. 
Housebroken. 543-4436. 
22-4-4 

IRISH SETTER (M(»tly) 
Looks like setter, 
disposition of Lab. Loves - 
children. Moving! Must 
rind home. FREE. Call 



Unique? call 424-3448 

25-3-28 

KING SIZED WATER 

BED - $150. Complete. 
Stereo. Herculon Sofa & 
Chair - Dining Room 
Table A 2 Chairs. Please 
call 460-4647. ANYTIME. 
25-4-14 

KARATE COURSE - a 

$700. value, must sell due 
to illness in family. 
$250.00. This is the 
KARATE opportunity! 
CaU 625-1232. 25-4-4 

BIKES! Man's and 
woman's 3 speed English 
Racer. Black and silver. 
Good condition $30.00 for 
both. Girl's 24 inch 
Roadrunner, good 
condition, $15.00 firm. 
482-4232. 25-3-28 

CLIPPERS Mustache 
trimmer, goatee trimmer« 
also horse and dbg 
clippers. Scotece Barber 
Supply & Sharpening 
Service. 857-4435. 25-tf 

OLD CLOTHES - 1940's 
or earlier, hats, shoes, 
beaded purser and 
jewdry, 627-3917 or 625- 
8714. 25-tf 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG 

at, the BABY LADY 
SHOP!! Spring and 
summer selections- 
recycled baby items!! 
Cribs to Bibs. 11-4 
weekdays, 1 1-5 Saturdays, 
Lakeland Shopping 
Colter, 853-9934. 23-tf 

POOL STICK with 2 
handte $23. SONY TC- 
270T4)eD«:k$l90. (Mc 
Wardrobe $200. MAIL 
VAN!! 1970 W Ton-Hxed 
Up! $2300. 468-6426. 

, 25-4-14 



onpedistal.3diairs.Hunt 
board, buffet, ehina 
cabinet. Quality item! 
1890 Cira. 414-8443. 

26.4-4 

ANTIQUE MANTLES - 

taken from housf Mlt fa) 
1890. Unique and 
different! Car^ - four 
desivis. Priced to leill 
545-6421. 26^14 



FLEA MARKET No 3, 
3315 South Military 
Highway. Open Friday, 
Saturday,.Sunday only 10- 
6. Inside stalls and ubie 
aet-ups for rent.. 28 stalls 
to serve you. Free 
admission. 487-9803. 28-tf 

CLEARANCE SALE • 

everything must go at 
reduced prices! Making 
room to rent stalls!! 2642 
Campostella Rd. Mazzie's 
Flea Market 545-6944 or 
545-9071. 28-tf 

GARAGE SALE - In 

House, 1025 South 
Battlefield Blvd. in Great 
Bridge. Saturday, March 
31 from 9 a.m. until dark. 
Across fi-om Robbies Bait 
Yaeniel Lots df good 

tkimfi '"cww** •wfri^i*' 

Everything mttst go, so 

let's make a deal. Call 

482-1768 rbr directions. 

28-3-31 



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NORVIEW - Rare coins - 
Norfolk's most complete. 
Buy, sell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, 
Norfolk. 853-81 18. 31-tf 



CUSTOM GARDEN 
TILLING, guaranteed 
satisfaction! Reasonable 
rates. 1 use the Troy-bilt 
tiller. Call AI Murry at- 
467-4717. 35-4-11 

COMPLETE LAWN 
CARE - we thach seed and 
feed lawns. Trim hedges 
and shrubs, also tilling. 
No job too small!!! 420- 
5979. 35-4-11 



CIRCLE INN 

APARTMENTS 

Furnished apartment - 1 
bedroom. Wall to wall 
carpet. Window air 
conditioner. Adult only, 
no pets. $180. and up. 
Charter Really, 461-1616. 
45-4-11 

WE HAVE A LARGE 
SELECTION of summer 
rentals on the ocean side 
of Atlantic Avenue still 
available. Frank Atkinson 
Real Estate. 5307 Ailanlic 
Ave., 428-4441. 45-4-18 



NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2 baths, CAC, 
self-clran over next to golf 
course, park, lake; easy 
access all bases. 499-9449. 
46-tf 



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WEDDING SET 

Marquise diamond with a 
gold band. Small sized 
ring. Call anytime at 428- 
8842. 32-4-11 

HIS/HERS WEDDING 
BANDS • yellow gold. 
Sjzes 5 «nd 10. Never 
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32-4-4 



PARIS STREET FLEA 
MARKET - Open Wed. - 
Sun. 10-6. Come on in and 
browse 'round! 8 different : 
shops. 3450 Azalea 
Garden Rd. 857-0477. 

28-tf 



ONE OF A KIND - 

Sterling Zodiac ring - one 
of a kind - custom made. 
Sagittarius and Virgo 
sings in raised steriing on a 
wide band. Woman's size 
3Vi. Unique gift. 
Sacrifice, $25. Please call 
482-1768. 32-tf 



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482-2312; 



22-3-28 



BRITTANY SPANIEL 
PUPPIES AKC 

registered. SHOTS. 
Champion^ Moodlines. 
ft«i to be tanMs. i^t 
field trial dof. $130. 467- 
3774. a-4-lt 



SPA MEMBERSHIP for 

safe! Lifetime heritme!! 
ReasOnaMe. Sofa, 2 
cmoiwmsxA be mei as 
queen si»d bed! Coffee 
table and 2 end nito, 
&iwk«i glass. 420-6M3. 
2i-4.II 



USED APPLIANCES - 

Refrigerator S30.00 and 
up. Etfitaen lb. wMohai. 
$115.00. Electric ranges 
$125.00. T.V.'s $79.00. 30 
day wananty. Bi*Si T.V. 
482-3J3«. 27.tf 

WHIRLPOm, DRYER, 

GdM, Exceltent c<M(fittei. 

Can't get a new oaa for 

IhU $200. 02-8109. 27-3- 

27.3-28 

MICROWAVE WS3i - 

like new. Washer and 
dryer, in ^excellent 
condition. Moving » must 
sell. Call 414.1729 
anytime! 27>9.28 

UVING ROOM 8UITE-3 

eusMoned 9 ft. sofa; 
Champagne damask 
upholstery. $230. 
Matchiilg barrel-backed 
chair, $30, Mint 
condition! 424-9190 

27-3-28 

WATER BED « UfVG 

^ZE never vuei. JNain 
franM to suite youiMf. 
Very reasonaVte. 
Guarantee comes «^th 
bed! 427-3777 after 3 p.m. 
27-4-18 

GRANDTAtnEV 

CLOCK - 7 fcfli taU^. 

Fruitwood hnish. New 

condition. $600. flrwi 

42MHS. ZM^ 

COLOR TV, ^O^Mt 

«ith «and, iMd «wb. II 
inch. Me<ttw^MM end 
tAle, AJiclm laMe and 
duun, R^MmaMc priest 
467-3633. 27-44 



CASKS CASHS-pald for 
used furniture, appliances 
T.V.'s. We buy anything. 
Call B ft S FURNITURE 
3822 Granby St. 623-3376 
29-tf 

WE BUY USED AND 
ANTIQUE furniture! 
And appliances - call 
anytime— 837-6710. 

294-14 

SnOtGUNS, rifles, 
pistols, knives, swords, 
(MyiNiets and all t^)ei war 
Muwmlrs - r^ardless of 
condition. Collector wiU 
pay t<vSS$ 467-1888. 

29.3-2S 

NOnCEII THAT old fbr 

COM, ^Hdcct, or silver tax 
scarf need not hang 
uai^ in your closet!! 
BriBg them in for 
$$caiii$$ 133^3904. 

29-3-28 

DONT WASTE YOUR 
1ME - having a ^Mge 
sale! COWAY most likely 
will pay you asore and 
take it dl. CASHSi and 
wMipickup.#7-im. 
294-11 

WAVmOt ORIC!«a-AL 
CAVETB iww wold, 
aiqr OMuUtfon. any agel 
4«I-3«H 294-11 

WANT u> b^ por^lc 
ilmMc t]^»ewritar ia good 
nMfklai wdcr. Mcaae mH 

m-mo, 2».tf 

ws nnr ANvrnNG - 

te^tare, ^ppteacB and 
^1^ side Movcn. 4S9. 



FLOUNDER, TROUT, 
BLUEFISH, CATFISH, 

croker, frog legs, scallops, 
crabs, lobster, clams, 
Carolina Shrimp!! We'll 
clean your fish. IF IT 
SWIMS - US GOT IT!! 
426-6808. 33-4-11 

FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 
Seafood >farket. At the 
Farmer'S'i Market of 
Virginia Bdich. Call 427- 
3574. Open V« daily. 

33-tf 



JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR - Tractors. 3. 
Hook-Up equipment. 
Low boy trailer, fence 
pmts and Com! 545-8370. 
36-3-28 

FORD - 19S9 TRACTOR. 

Good condition, rebuilt 
engine. $1900, but will 
dicker on price! Cultivator 
blade, almost new $375. 
or best! 490-2806. 36-4-4 

, EOUIPH5NJ3,„MR 

«hn mm IWWdStr- 

6way blade, John Deere 
450-loader, Caf.D6B. 
Dozer, Cat. D6C-76-A- 
Dozer, Cat. D69U- Dozer, 
Cat. D7-3T-Dozer. Cat. 
D5-Dozer, Cat. D4-7U- 
Dozer, Cat.D7-l7A 
Dozer, Cat. 212 Motor 
Grader, Cat. 955 H- 
Loader, Cat. 941-Loader, 
10 Ton Tag Trailer, 12 ton 
tag trailer. Single Axle low 
boy Trailer, Case 586 
Fork Lift, AC. 6 G- 
loader, M.F. 300 Leader, 
7 Yard Pull Pan, 125- 
portable Air Compressor, 
V-4 Wisconsin Engin,. 
WE BUY, SELL, AND 
TRADE. Watson 
Equipment Sales. Phone 
804-753-2497. 36-3-28 

HOG BARNS - KITS OR 
ERECTED! Made to 
order to suite your needs! 
Call 340-5128 or 1-333- 
4847. 36-4-18 



FOR RENT 

TOWNHOUSE, Lynn 
Meadows. 3 bedroom. 2'A 
baths, dining room. 
Appliances - carpeted. Air 
conditioned. Washer and 
dryer. $280. 482-2415 
anytime. 47-4-14 

THOROUGHGOOD - 3 

bedroom, 2 bath, living 
room, dining room. New 
eat in kitchen. 2 fireplaces 
$375. Charter Realty 461- 
1616. 47-4-11 

- 2 story, 3 bedrooms, 2>/i 
baths, living room, dining 
room. den. Wall to wall 
carpet. Utility room. 
Ready April 1. Charter 
Realty. 461-1616. 47-4-11 

LEVEL GREEN 

Townhouse, 3 bedrooms, 
2'/2 baths, living room, 
dining room, den 
w/fireplacc. Carpeted, 
screened porch. $360. 
Charter Really 461-1616. 
47-4-18 



NEED A DRIVEWAY or 

low area filled around 
your home or business? 
I'll fill it for you with 
crushed oyster shells. 
Reasonable rales. 421- 
.1782. 71-4-18 

WE DO UPHOLSTERY, 

slipcovers, and drapes! 
FREE ESTIMATE - 
fabric shown in your 
home. Discount on all 
fabrics. Work guaranteed. 
853-3904. 71-3-28 

BATH ROOM TILE -For 

your ceramic needs in 
existing homes, New ,or 
repair work, walls and 
floors and shower door 
leaks, call 340-0180 and 
ask for Leo. 71-tf-3 

HREPLACES - Have a 
custom fireplace built in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael and Hill, 
fireplace specialists 
licensed, bonded and 
insured - references. 482- 
3636. 71-tf 

GOOD LUCK 

CHIMNEY SWEEP 
SERVICE - Don't risk a 
chimmey fire! Licensed, 
insured, professional 
methods - We Won't 
Leave You In The Dust!! 
547-1226. 71-3-28 



PRINTING!!! Minute 
Man Tress - put a little 
color ink in your printing 
FREE! Ask about our 
color ink schedule. 490- 
3177 FAST SERVICE! 

71-4-11 

LANDSCAPING - ALL 
TYPES, landscape 
maintenance, weeding, 
trimming, fertilizing, 
spraying. Preparing new 
flower beds and garderis. 
Also tree removal and 
trimming!! 420-0395. 

71-4-11 

FREE SERVICE FOR 
HOMEOWNERS AND 
BUILDERS - Contractors 
referral service offers 
complete assistance for 
Home Improvement - 
Home Repair - Home 
Maintenance. Call now, 
499-2341. 71-4-11 

TYPING - ALL KINDS 

done in my home. My 
rates «re reasonable. I'll 
type term papers for you, 
letters, or whatever! ! Call 
Misty at 482-1768 after 3 
p.m. till 10 p.m. 71 

CUSTOM CABINET 
SHOP, cabinets, counter 
tops, vanities, bookcases, 
music centers and bars. 
Quality work - reasonable 
rates - free estimates. Call 
855-6645,583-3918. 71-tf 



HEAVY OR LIGHT 
HAULING-truck and 

driver for hire. 
Dependable and sure. 
Extra help available. Call 
me for your hauling 
needs! 545-9330 71-tf 



WE PRINT newspapers, 
circulars, shopping 
guides, anything on 
newsprint, with or without 



MR. AND MRS. 

PAINTERS of the 

_^ _ Tidewater area. The 

composition and camera Quality of a man- the 
services. We take orders smooth touch of a 
for small tabloid woman. Interior-exterior 
newspapers with press painting 424-4687 71-tf 

runs as low as 1,000 and 

we print for bigger JANITORIAL SERVICE 
publications with 50,000 UNLIMITED - Complete 
aAd more circulation, janitorial services. Clean 
We've got lots of "** homes upon 
I #je«iwta- area automaa^ comjilelion. Carpets, 
because we're good, we're hardwood floors, lawns 



dependable and we're ETC ! 485- 3179 

local. Please call Sheldon 

Kelly, 547-4571. for 
information and price 
quotations. You will be 
dealing with Byerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. 71-tf 



71-tf 



PIANO DOCTOR 
FULL reliable piano 
service, tuning, repairing, 
and regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes 420- 
4157. 71-tf 



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CRADOCK - TRIPLEX, 

appraised for $29,000 
furnished and fully 
rented. Excellent 
condition. Must sell! 
Make me an offer! 488- 
5133. 60-4-18 



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OYSTERS -^^ Lynnhaven 
shuck«l and unwashed. 
Opposite Hurd's Seafood 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd., Eari Smith, 
340-5171. 33-tf 



ELECTRIC MOTOR: 30 

HP 3 phase $500. Carrier 
compressor 400 HS/245 
LS $500. Both for $900. 
345-9857. 37-4-11 



DIRT A-I. black, fertile 
top soil. Also sand and 
fill. Prom|M service. Jack 
N. Powdl. Inc., 855-7844 
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beach military update 



Beach Navyman caps 'success story' career 



By ION CABOT 



March 31, the final chapter of a Navy success story 
comes to a close in the gymnasium of the Little Creek 
Amphibious Base. Master Chief Boatswain's Mate Carl 
Maxie Brashear. the Navy's first black diver and the 
first black man to earn the title "master diver," retires 
after 32 years of naval service. 

What makes Carl Brashear's career an unusual 
success story is that he achieved his greatest ambitions in 
life after surmounting a handicap which might have 
destroyed other men... the lo,ss of a leg. 

"It took more willpower than I ever thought I had to 
accept the fact that I had lost a leg. Once I accepted that 
reality, I knew 1 would win the fight to become a master 
diver," reminisced Brashear recently. 

Carl Brashear's Navy career began like many others. 
After deciding his job as a gas station attendant in his 
hometown, Elizabethtown, Ky., "wasn't the kind of 
future I wanted," Brashear joined the Navy in 1948. 

"1 had no idea back then that I would some day 
become a diver," he says today with a smile. "I went to 
boot camp at Great Lakes and then reported to Key 
West, Florida, and began my career as a steward." 

Brashear worked as a steward only briefly and then 
transferred to a beachmaster unit in Key West, where he 
worked as a deckhand and seaman. "I helped beach the 
old seaplanes they had back then and did a lot of 
swimming," he said. 

Two years in Key West and nearly four years serving 
aboard small aircraft carriers in Norfolk preceded 
Brashear's assignment to the Navy's Salvage Diving 
School in Bayonne, N.J. 

"Completing that school was an accomplishment in 
itself," noted the amiable master chief petty officer. 
"In those days, black sailors were not readily accepted 
into the diving field." 

For the next six years, Brashear served as a salvage 
diver and boatswain's mate at commands in Virginia, 
Rhode Island and Guam. In 1960, he entered the Navy's 
First Class Diver School in Washington, D.C., where he 
recalls, "I didn't get to6 far. 1 dropped out because the 
academic workload was too much to handle with my 
limited educational background," he said. 

Serving one year aboard a San Diego-based 
submarine tender, Brashear reported to Peart Harbor, 
where he entered and graduated from the Navy's 
Second Class Diver SchooL Mter a year aboard a Prarl 
Harbor-based salvage ship, he returned to First Class 
Diver School in Washington, D:C. Six months later he 
graduated third in a class of 17. 

"1 took courses through the Navy to boost my 
educational background after I failed the school the 
first time," said Brashear. "When I went back the 
second time, I was ready for the mathematics and 
science the cirriculum involved." 

Brashear served a year aboard a Norfolk-based fleet 
tug before reporting to the salvage ship USS Hoist in 
1965. 

In March 1966, while Brashear served aboard the 
Hoist, his career as a diver almost ended. As a 
boatswain's mate and acting master diver for the 
command, Brashear was assisting in recovering a 
nuclear bomb lost at sea after two planes collided over 
the Mediterranean. 

During the recovery effort, a stern line of a landing 
craft broke, slinging a pipe attached to a steering 
mechanism across the Hoist's deck. Brashear managed 
to push a shipmate out of harm's way, but the pipe 
smashed into the back of his own leg. 

After five months and seven operations, medical 
personnel amputated his left leg four inches below the 
knee. 

"It's something you never really get used to," 
explained Brashear. "I guess you could say that after a 
while I developed a 'grin and bear it' philosophy. But 
since I lost my leg, a day hasn't passed that I haven't 
wished I had it back." 

For most Navymen, the loss of a leg would have 
ended all hope of returning to the vigourous duties of a 
boatswain's mate and diver. Carl Brashear only became 
more determined to make his dream of being the Navy's 
first black master diver a reality. 

He began an extensive therapy program at 

Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Va. His 

new leg in place, Brashear climbed two flights of stairs 

several times a day, carrying 100-pound barbells. 

"The medical personnel at Portsmouth were amazed 



that I was as determined as I was to walk again," says 
Brashear. "All 1 knew was that I had to prove I was still 
capable of carrying out the duties ofa diver." 

Shortly before discharge from the hospital, Brashear 
took his diving gear and a photographer to the destroyer 
and submarine piers in Norfolk. 

"First I used a deep-sea rig in about 30 feet of water, I 




nmakyUaCaM 

Carl Brasiwar, tlM Navy's only one-legged diver and the 
first bteck master diver in the Navy, runs the final stretch 
«f I twoHH)^ Jfg it the Little Cntk Amphihieiis Bat* In 
Marfolk. IrMftear, who resides in Virghifai Beach, Jogs 
and Bfts weights regirfarfy. "The hmgest I've run sfaice 
rvehid ny artificiat leg is five miles," he says. 



swam 250 yards in scuba gear and then made a shallow 
water dive in a lightweight diving rig," recalled 
Brashear. 

The photographer captured all Brashear's activity on 
film. Afriad disqualification from the Navy's diving 
program was imminent, Brashear forwarded photos of 
himself in action to Washington in early 1967. 

"Even with documented proof that I could still dive, 
the people in Washington wouldn't believe I was 
capable of serving as a diver," he said. 

After hearing of the disbelief that prevailed among 
the medical personnel in Washington, Brashear 
convinved officials from the Bureau of Medicine to let 
him "audition" at the Navy's Deep Sea Diving School 
in Washington, D.C. 

"I had to do things that 1 had never seen done 
underwater," recalls the native Kentuckian. "After 
diving in every kind of rig imaginable and after 
swimming to depths I'd never been to before, 1 finally 
convinced the medical people that I was still qualified to 
be a diver." 

Brashear's dogged determination to remain a diver 
drew a fiurry of criticism from various medical boards, 
but the sharpest comment he'll always remember came 
from a senior member of the last medical board he 
appeared before. 

"One of the senior officers on the board asked me if I 
really wanted to remain a diver," recalled Brashear. "I 
told him, 'yes.' Then he looked me it:i the eye and said I 
was 'one damned stubborn chief petty officer.' " 

Brashear laughs when re recalls the story, but his 
mood turns somber when he adds, "I guess if it hadn't 
been for my stubbornness, I wouldn't be here today." 

Duty with shore and ship commands as a diver and 
boatswain's mate followed Brashear's acceptance into 
the diving field as an amputee. In 1970, he climbed 
another rung on his way to the top when he was 
advanced to master diver. Then, in 1972, he was 



High school students visit NAS Oceana 



Forty-one Naval Junior 
ROTC students and their 
escort, retired Navyman 
H.H. Troupe, all from 
Lake Taylor Senior High 
School in Norfolk, toured 
Naval Air Station Oceana 
in Virginia Beach on 
Thursday, March 22. 

While at the air station, 
the students toured 
Fighter Squadron 171. 
Attack Squadron 42 and 
ate lunch in the Enlisl«l 
Dining Hall. They also 
had a good look at several 
jet landings and take-offs 
from the veranda of the 
base control tower 



building. 

At VF-171, the cadets 
were given a look inside 
the cockpit of an F-4J 
Phantom II Navy fighter 
jet as well as a good 
overall explanation of the 
functions of the aircraft. 
In the squadron's r«idy 
room, the students saw a 
movie about the Phantom 
jet and the F-I4A Tomcat. 
The Lake Taylor 
students were shown slides 
on both VA-42 and the 
aircraft this squadron 
flies, the A-6E Intruder. 
They too had a look inside 
the Intruder's cockpit and 



an overall explanation of 
this all weather multi- 
purpose attack jet. 

Troupe has been 

teaching Naval Science at 

Lake Taylor for the last 

seven years and actively 

pursues photography as 

his hobby. He retired 

from the Navy in March 

1975 after having 

completed 26 years on 

active duty and four years 

in the Fleet Reserve. Upon 

completion of his Navy 

career. Troupe held the 

rate of Master Chief 

CXperations Specialist 

(OSCM). 



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promoted to master chief boatswain's mate. 

Since his advancement to master diver, Brashear has 
made' at least four descents into deep water every six 
months to maintain his diving certification. He works 
out daily and adds proudly that he has never used the 
fact he is an amputee to avoid any unplea.sant task that's 
come his way. 

Brashear's story has been told repeatedly since he lost 
his leg. He's appeared on the television show 'To Tell 
The Truth,' been featured in both Navy and civilian- 
sponsored movies about overcoming handicaps, and has 
had his story told in numerous newspapers and 
magazines.- 

"I've given retirement a lot of thought," said 
Brashear. "I'm a little sad about it, biit I guess when 
you've stuck with something as long as I've stuck with 
the Navy, you're going to have regrets when you realize 
it's time to leave.". 

While he's retiring from the Navy, Carl Brashear has 
no intention of bringing his diving career to a halt. He 
says he's had several job offers to work in diving salvage 
with local shipyards. 

"It isn't definite yet, but I'm pretty sure I'll be doing 
the same job as a civilian that I've been doing for the 
Navy," he says happily. "I just haven't decided where 
I'll be working yet." 

Brashear served his last four years of active duty at 
Norfolk area naval commands, including the Naval 
Safety Center; Shore Intermediate Maintenance 
Activity (Little Creek Detachment) and the salvage ship 
USS Recovery. He presently resides on Hialeah Dr. in^ 
Virginia Beach. 

Carl Brashear's retirement will not mark the end of 
an active career but the dawn of stillanother. 

The best tribute to the seasoned naval veteran may 
well have come from himself when he said: "Carl 
Brashear is someone who believes from experience that 
you never give up and that there is no such thing as the 
impossible." 



Navy wives host meeting 

The bimonthly meeting of Navy Wives Clubs of 
American Tidewater Area Council will be held 
Thursday, March 29 at 7 p.m. in Building #3342 
on the Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek with 
NWCA Little Creek #241 acting as hostess club. 
Refreshments will be provided. No nursery 
facilities will be available. 

All wives of Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast 
Guard enlisted personnel arc invited to attend. For 
further information, contact Phyllis Hunt at 482- 
4062. 



Navy wives install officers 

Navy Wives Clubs of Ainerica Tidewater Area 
Council's 1979 board of officers were recently installed 
by NWCA National President Gail Campbell. They are 
president, Phyllis Hunt from NWCA Tidewater #190: 
vice president, Dotti Gandy from NWCA Norfolk, #91 
secretary, Nancy Perry from NWCA Princess Anne 
#143: treasurer, Fran Sanchez from NWCA Dam Neck 
#207: and parliamentarian, Karen Hanby from NWCA 
Tidewater #190. Newly appointed chairmen are: 
Emergency assistance fund, Eva Morino (#221) and 
Donna Horsfall (#190); Mental health, Bardella 
Thomas (#207); Public relations, Kathryn Goldstein 
(#190); History book, Maureen Muron (#241); and 
Charter anniversary affair. Dot Atkins (#91). 



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Marine Staff Sergeant Robert McLaughlin, whose 
wife, Rebecca, is the daughter of James L. and Hazel R. 
Lawson of Lauderdale Ave., Virginia Beach, has 
reported for duty with 2d Marine Division, Marine 
Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C. 

He joined the Marine Corps in January 1960. 



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